Apple Hangs Eye-Popping WWDC 2013 Banners All Over Moscone West

This year’s WWDC artwork could become the most iconic yet

By on June 7th, 2013 11:39 GMT

Apple is finishing up its scheduled Moscone West makeover, this time around hanging some of the best looking pieces of artwork ever used by the Mac maker.

In what undoubtedly gives us a big-scale sneak peek at iOS 7’s graphics, the WWDC 2013 banners are now covering almost the entire west side of Moscone Center in San Francisco, California.

Should Jony Ive’s iOS 7 overhaul prove to be a hit, Apple’s WWDC 2013 graphics could become a cornerstone of design for years to come.

The panoramic image of Moscone West featuring WWDC 2013 has been shared by photographer Nick Thulin and 9to5mac. Further below you’ll find a gallery filled with other great shots, this time courtesy of Macstories.

WWDC will start on Monday, June 10, at 10AM (San Francisco local time), and promises to yield two exciting software unveilings (iOS 7 and OS X 10.9), as well as several new Macintosh announcements.

Moscone West featuring WWDC 2013 (6 Images)

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