Apple unfurls ‘There’s something in the air’ Macworld Expo banners

“It’s that time again — the first round of non-descript Apple teaser banners have begun cropping up around San Francisco’s Moscone Center, the site of next week’s highly-anticipated Macworld Expo,” AppleInsider reports.

AppleInsider reports, “Sure to fuel rampant and widespread speculation for the next four days is a sprawling matte black banner hanging above the entrance to the south hall that reads simply: ‘2008. There’s something in the air.'”

“Several other banners bearing the same phase are also visible through the windows of the south hall entrance,” AppleInsider reports.

Full article with more, larger photos here.

MacDailyNews Take: Dvorak must have shown up early.


  1. Petey: “These look odd to me, why is Apple suddenly using a font it’s never used before?”

    If no one ever used a new font, wouldn’t we all still be using hieroglyphics?

    (Thanks to Leopard’s built-in spell check for that one.)

  2. It’s the keyboard. That would make any desktop computer looks like what Jeff Han showed us. Think about all the applications that could be developped just by introducing this add-on. Forget about Mac Tablet or the likes.

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