One of the biggest signs of thing to come ahead of the World Wide Developer Conference Keynote kickoff each year is the ritualistic hanging of the banners in the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
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Apple dressing up Moscone Center ahead of tomorrow’s WWDC kickoff keynote

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One of the biggest signs of thing to come ahead of the World Wide Developer Conference Keynote kickoff each year is the ritualistic hanging of the banners in the Moscone Center in San Francisco.  This year is no different, as we get a glimpse of what Apple has in store for the main event.  By now we have a general idea of what to expect, but it is still nice to see if there are ever any new “leaks” in the way of unexpected banners, or what they might represent.

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So far we have seen banners representing iOS 8, which most likely will be the main event of the conference, in addition to OS X 10.10 banners that may include clues as to what the latest iteration Mac OS will be called.  Last year was the first time in years we saw Apple step away from their typical “big cat” names to embrace a new naming convention that is more representative of major regional locations and areas.  Will this year’s banner be an early indication of what to expect?  Some are saying the rock formation El Capitan seen in the banner is found in Yosemite.  Seems as good as any other reason.  We like it!

We won’t have to wait too long to find out, as the keynote kicks off at 1 pm EST and will be available via live stream on your Apple TV or on Safari.

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