Apple prepares San Francisco venues for WWDC 2016

“Apple on Friday began to decorate the two main San Francisco venues that will host this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, installing banners, flags, utility equipment and more,” AppleInsider reports.

“San Francisco locals and visitors in town for WWDC 2016 are posting photos of Apple’s building preparations to social media outlets like Instagram and Twitter, some of which show exterior work at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium is nearly complete. Apple will kick off this year’s event at the 7,000-seat auditorium on Monday,” AppleInsider reports. “The building is dressed with flags and signage bearing Apple logos — in a rainbow of colors to match WWDC 2016’s theme — including a massive 15-foot version borrowed from last year’s iPhone event.”

AppleInsider reports, “Following this past week’s work at Bill Graham Auditorium, contractors started preparing the nearby Moscone West building on Friday.”

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MacDailyNews Take: We can’t wait for Monday (but let’s all enjoy the weekend first)!


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