Covered Banners on Upper Floors of Moscone at WWDC 2014

Apple's WWDC Keynote kicks off tomorrow, and while we've posted about iOS 8 banners and OS X 10.10 banners, there are also covered banners on the upper floors of Moscone that we neglected to point out.

Appleinsider points out the existence of the covered banners, but only were able to get poor quality shots from afar.

In the two levels above, Apple has additional banners, but they're still covered up. While the floors aren't accessible to outsiders (or even registered attendees yet), is has been possible to catch a sneak peak in previous years by trespassing on the top floor of the Fifth and Mission parking garage, which is technically closed.

TheVerge, however, was able to get a peek of one in their WWDC photo gallery.

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Covered banners aren't unusual at WWDC, and will show technologies and features that are introduced in the Monday keynote address. We already know Apple will be featuring iOS 8 and Mac OS X 10.10 at the show.

Apple is offering a live video stream of the Keynote on Monday. We'll have live text and photo updates here on MacRumors, as well as live Twitter updates at MacRumorsLive.

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Top Rated Comments

Menopause Avatar
109 months ago
Appleinsider points out the existence of the covered banners, but only were able to get poor quality shots from afar.
But ofcourse. The First Theorem of Internet Rumors states that all legit leaks must be shot in poor quality.
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porky Avatar
109 months ago
If this will be another year without a new Aperture, I will cry.
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NT1440 Avatar
109 months ago
Interesting that they're still covered up and we are less than 24 hours from the event.

Apple want to keep this secret.

iWatch or iPhone 6? You never know. Not long to find out.

Not to damper the mood (personally this is my christmas, but I get a whole week of session videos to really see what Apple is doing) but it's not unusual for Apple to keep banners covered until the end of a keynote.
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racer1441 Avatar
109 months ago
HealthBook

God, I hope not. I have taken dumps I was more interested in than tracking my health on a phone or watch.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
nfl46 Avatar
109 months ago
It probably has the name of 10.10 on them.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
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109 months ago
HealthBook
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