After being conducted at Moscone West in San Francisco for some time, Apple’s WWDC took place at San Jose, last year.
The WWDC is taking place at McEnery Convention Center again. There are a couple of pictures of the ongoing decoration over the web. One of them is from Twitter, thanks to Aaron Stephenson and the second one is from Mac4ever.
The reason for choosing San Jose again is its proximity to Apple’s campuses and office spaces in Cupertino and the rest of the South Bay. It is also beneficial for the developers, thanks to the affordable accommodations in this area.
The design of the signs placed outside the venue is similar to that of the WWDC invitation sent by Apple. Apple has almost finished the outside work but on the inside, it is still a work in progress. The decoration shows 3D buttons, toggles, and text on a white background.
The banners on the inside have details related to OS based updates such as iOS 12 and macOS 10.14. The banners, however, are covered with a cloth so much of the details cannot be seen until the event begins.
The WWDC will begin on the 4th of June at 10:00 AM, Pacific Time. The keynotes will introduce new versions of iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS. There is also a possibility of Apple revealing some hardware as well, such as iPads or a Mac.