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Apple Begins Decorating Moscone Center for WWDC 2013, 'Where A Whole New World's Developing'

Apple has begun decorating the Moscone Center ahead of its Worldwide Developers Conference next week. 9to5Mac has posted one image of a banner inside the building featuring the tagline 'Where a whole new world's developing'.

The banner use the same color scheme as the WWDC invitations sent out in April.

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MacStories has also shared a picture of workers installing WWDC graphics on the outside of Moscone.

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Workers will continue installing graphics throughout the day and readers are encouraged to send their photographs to tips@macrumors.com.

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15 months ago
Apple becoming a more transparent company..?

Edit: Where a whole new world is developing; intriguing tagline. I suspect it means that the ATV will get its own App store; the new colour icons symbolise new apps for the ATV.
Rating: 24 Votes
15 months ago
I feel some sickness coming on Monday morning...
Rating: 24 Votes
15 months ago


Powerbook G5s next Tuesday?! :eek:
Rating: 23 Votes
15 months ago
& so it begins.
Rating: 22 Votes
15 months ago
A whole new world
That's where we'll be
A thrilling chase
A wondrous place
For you and me

There'll be iOS7
For us to explore
A new Mac OS X
And hardware galore
There'll be so much to see!

A whole new world
A whole new world!
Rating: 20 Votes
15 months ago
Clearly, in the new OS, Apple will be switching from Arabic numerals to Roman numerals system-wide.
Rating: 20 Votes
15 months ago
That banner clearly indicates Apple's getting rid of the grid-locked apps on iOS 7, now your apps will just sit jumbled in a pile at the bottom of the screen :rolleyes:
Rating: 20 Votes
15 months ago
Free with every iPhone 5S purchase.

Rating: 17 Votes
15 months ago
iOS 7 The world's sexiest mobile Operaring system ;)
Rating: 15 Votes
15 months ago
Apple is taking that spaceship project way too literally.
Rating: 15 Votes

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