The images sent in today from readers show the center adorned with Apple’s logo on the sides of the building and a set of WWDC banners on the outside. As it did last year, Apple also placed colorful WWDC banners on the Metreon shopping center across the street.
As noted by MacRumors, the decorations inside the Moscone Center are not completed, with empty brackets for signage this has not been hung in advance of the conference. In previous years, Apple has placed all the interior signage and draped them with black cloths to hide their contents.
WWDC begins on Monday with a keynote by Tim Cook that will be live streamed starting at 10:00 AM Pacific Time. Apple is expected to unveil iOS 8, OS X 10.10 and possibly its new Smart Home product initiative.