Apple hangs banners, preps Moscone Center for WWDC 2010

invisibleSHIELD case for iPad“Apple has started putting up banners and signs in preparation for the 2010 WWDC conference,” Arnold Kim reports for MacRumors.

“The conference kicks off on Monday, June 7th with a keynote address from Steve Jobs,” Kim reports. “Apple is expected to announce a new iPhone at the conference as well as details about iPhone OS 4.0 which is due this summer.”

Kim reports, “MacRumors will be at WWDC and we’ll be providing live coverage of the keynote on MacRumorsLive.”

Full article, with photos, here.

MacDailyNews Note: We will also be offering live coverage as usual along with links to live coverage around the Web. More info to follow soon.


  1. Does anyone have the over/under on whether lord Jobs even mentions OS 10.7?

    I know he’s already said this WWDC is all about how well his company is doing in the mobile device industry – how they are winning the revolution, etc.

    But, some expect him to at least say something about Apple’s continued role in the computer business. Such as the excitement at Cupertino over the upcoming 10.7.

    I’m ready to bet a lot that he will not say anything about Macs unless it’s a repeat of the passing of the “pc era” he announced earlier this week.

    Anyone know if Vegas has posted these odds?

  2. @ Truck Driver

    Steve Jobs already said in one of his email replies that this year’s WWDC is primarily focused on iPhone OS 4.0. Since the current beta testing is only up to Snow Leopard 10.6.4, I don’t think 10.7 has even been fully defined (in terms of changes and new features). “Maybe next year…”

    Snow Leopard was release only about 9 months ago. Personally, I wouldn’t mind if it was the latest and greatest, with incremental fixes and refinements, for the next TWO years. It would give Mac OS X some stability.

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