Moscone West and Bill Graham Auditorium are almost ready for WWDC 2016
It’s June and it’s that time of the year when Apple’s biggest event, World Wide Developer Conference or WWDC as we know it is hosted which consists of more than a thousand engineers and thousands of attendees from all around the world.
Apple is already up with decorating Moscone West for its conference on Monday June 13. The place is being adorned with gigantic white logos of the company and also with logos made out of the ASCII characters which further illustrates the hint for the theme given in its WWDC invites. Although the rumors say that there will be no product launch or specifically the iPhone 7 but we believe that something great is going to happen apart from the iOS 10 launch and some development oriented announcements.
However, there seem to be no decoration inside the center as of now but it’s still almost two days left and that is more than enough. Below are the photos showing off some preparations.
The Bill Graham Civic Auditorium is also getting well prepared for the week with company logos, colored flags and other decorations. Apple has for the very first time chosen this auditorium for its keynote event. The labs and sessions will take place in Moscone West post keynote. This year it seems that WWDC will be all about software including new iteration to WatchOS and tvOS apart from iOS and OSX which is expected to be renamed to MacOS to align its name with the other software’s.
The event can be streamed live on June 13 at 10:30 PM Indian time or 10AM Pacific time using any of the iOS devices having iOS 7 or later, Mac having OSX 10.8.5 or later with Safari 6.0.5 or later, PC with Microsoft Edge or an Apple TV.
That is all for now. Stay tuned to TechUntold for a full coverage of the event.