The end of the countdown has already begun. We are just three days away from the start of the 2017 edition of the wwdc

Worldwide Developer Conference, better known simply as WWDC, which is raising the level of rumors, speculation and expectations about the news that Apple will present to us more Beyond what is already practically secure, new versions of its mobile and desktop operating systems.

In any case, the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California, already started to be prepared for such an important event and Apple already posted banners on the outside of the building promoting the WWDC developer conference.

As you can see in the image above, the decoration hanging on the outside of the McEnery Convention Center of San Jose corresponds to the promotional image of WWDC 2017 in which it is reflected people Of different races interacting with each other. It also highlights the wide range of bright colors chosen for such an event.


Apple has also deployed several smaller posters in the areas adjacent to the convention center, mainly in the streetlamps around it. The images that have been shared through the social network Twitter show a calm space before it is “invaded” by a legion of five thousand developers starting next Monday.

As usual, Apple will have posted posters on the inside of the building showing clues and news about the new operating systems that will be presented next Monday, such as iOS 11 and macOS 10.13. And although usually covered with a black cloth until the initial presentation of the WWDC is celebrated, it is likely that over the weekend we can see some image about it.

Next Monday, June 5, you will be able to follow WWDC event . As usual, we will keep you informed of everything that will be presented at Apple World Conference of Developers, where the announcement of iOS 11 is expected, MacOS 10.13, watchOS 4, tvOS 11, a new 10.5-inch iPad, an update to the MacBook line and even the rumored Siri Speaker.

(Via iDropNews)

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