More photos of giant Apple WWDC banner surface

There are 7 new images of Apple’s WWDC ’06 banner hanging in the Moscone Center in San Francisco from OneDigitalLife’s Paul Burd.


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Photos taken through the window of the Moscone Center, San Francisco can be seen on Flickr here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “AWidgetIHaveNot” for the heads up.]

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Photo of massive Apple WWDC banner revealed online – August 03, 2006

25 Comments

  1. You can see the new Leopard CD.

    I don’t think that this rules out the possibility that the Mac Pro will get a new design– this banner is a welcome banner, and so people will be seeing this before they go into the keynote. Obviously Apple wouldn’t put a new design on the banner for everyone to see right before Steve Jobs introduces it.

  2. “This financial stuff is BAD news.”

    This is almost non-news, as their TOTAL options costs are only a few cents per share per year. Even if they have to restate earnings, it is (1) not going to be a huge number, and (2) a non-cash charge. For those of you who need a translation, it is a charge against retained earnings on the balance sheet, but they won’t have to pay out any cash.

    As Apple is a growth company, their stock is valued on the basis of estimates of the growth of their future earnings/profits. This charge affects only PAST results, so should be insignificant.

    By the way, Al Gore is on the compensation committee and had to approve the option grants. Doesn’t he know backdating options causes global warming? ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”wink” style=”border:0;” /> Those Liberals are always looking out for the corporate bigshots.

  3. In this year of hidden treasures and di Vinci Codes, and knowing how Steve likes such games (mostly to generate free advertising)there seems to be a level of hidden code in these banners; minor changes that are too easily overlooked by the distraction of the obvious icons such as the Leopard DVD.

    Look close!
    Do you see them?!

    Hint… we need a better view of the black keyboard.

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