Apple is currently prepping San Francisco’s Moscone Center for its upcoming World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) which is set to begin Monday, June 11th.
Crews are hard at work getting the event center ready for Apple’s event which will last through June 15th. Our own Chuong Nguyen snapped the photo you see below showing crews hard at work plastering the Apple logo along the sides of the building.
Earlier this week, MacRumors posted a photo of the WWDC 2012 banners inside the Moscone Center itself, hanging on the wall with the slogan ‘Where great ideas go on to do great things.”
Read: What to Expect at WWDC 2012.
The banner also seems to show off a ton of applications including Bejeweled, CNN, and Facebook.
By Monday, the event center should be plastered with Apple and WWDC logos ahead of the keynote that is set to take place on Monday morning. It will be the first WWDC keynote for new Apple CEO Tim Cook who took the reigns of the company after Steve Jobs passed away last year.
While the company hasn’t said yet what it will be announcing on Monday, it is widely expected to be showing off iOS 6, its latest mobile software, along with OS X Mountain Lion.
Apple is also heavily rumored to be announcing new MacBook Pros with Retina Displays, a new 15-inch MacBook Air, a new Mac Pro and quite possible new iMacs as well.
The star of the show though will likely be iOS 6 which is rumored to be bringing a new Maps application, Facebook integration and Siri for the iPad amongst many other features.
Be sure to come back to Gotta Be Mobile on Monday for full coverage of Apple’s WWDC 2012.
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