WWDC 2014 banners start going up: ‘Write the code. Change the world.’


Apple’s first keynote of the year is scheduled to take place this coming Monday at its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco. And like clockwork, banners and signage for the event have started going up at the conference’s venue, Moscone West.

The main tagline this year is, “Write the code. Change the world.”

Apple also announced this morning that it will be providing a livestream of the keynote on June 2nd. iOS 8, OS X 10.10, and a new smart home platform are all expected to be shown.

Stay tuned for more shots of the banners around Moscone as Apple prepares for next week’s extravaganza.

  • Mike Chu

    What could this mean? Just a saying or a clue?

    • sracer

      It means that they’re going to introduce their click-n-create app tool… think of “iBooks Author” for apps. :)

  • SupaMac

    The apple logo on the banner looks like a phallus aiming at a booty

  • John

    Want to run iOS 8 beta next monday? Be sure to head to http://iosreg.com

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