“With WWDC 2013 kicking off in San Francisco on Monday, Apple has today started decorating Moscone West for its five-day event,” MacStories reports.
“So far, banners put up by Apple at Moscone West are showing the same colorful graphics of the official WWDC 2013 logo that Apple unveiled in late April,” MacStories reports. “While much has been said about whether the WWDC logo may hint at a visual refresh in the next versions of iOS and OS X, the shape used by Apple is simply reminiscent of iOS app icons — something that Apple has often used for WWDC banners.”
MacStories reports, “This year, Apple is using the ‘Where a whole new world is developing’ tagline for the initial set of banners.”
Many more photos in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: It ain’t happening until there are banners and banner articles. Yay!