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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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20 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
20 months ago
I feel some sickness coming on Monday morning...
Rating: 24 Votes
20 months ago


Powerbook G5s next Tuesday?! :eek:
Rating: 23 Votes
20 months ago
& so it begins.
Rating: 22 Votes
20 months ago
Clearly, in the new OS, Apple will be switching from Arabic numerals to Roman numerals system-wide.
Rating: 20 Votes
20 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
20 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
20 months ago
Free with every iPhone 5S purchase.

Rating: 17 Votes
20 months ago
Apple is taking that spaceship project way too literally.
Rating: 15 Votes
20 months ago

Hmmm, personally, bar iOS7 I think the unveiling of the Playstation 4 next Monday will dwarf anything Apple does at WWDC? In fact, why did they choose the 10th? The same date as MS and Sony's E3 conferences, and with new consoles they are sure to get all the tech lime light?


They aren't even in the same league. Anything Apple announces will pretty much crush all the hype over the PS3 and Xbox One.
Rating: 15 Votes

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