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(Images courtesy of MacRumors/Flickr and AppleInsider)
We’re so excited, and we just can’t hide it! It’s the Friday before WWDC 2010 kicks off, and that means Apple is busy getting ready for the event.
MacRumors is reporting that Apple is already busy putting up banners and signs late this week in advance of the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), 2010 edition, which kicks off on Monday, June 7 with a keynote from CEO Steve Jobs.
Flickr user “schill” provided MacRumors with a shot of the outside of Moscone West, which has already been tagged with the Apple logo, while AppleInsider got their hands on a shot of the inside banner which touts “The center of the App Store universe,” in the same style as what’s being used on the WWDC 2010 official site.
Apple is expected to announce new iPhone hardware at the conference as well as additional details about iPhone OS 4.0, which is likely to launch alongside the new device, if history is any indication. Any other announcements at this point are speculation, but you can be sure Apple probably has a few surprises in store as always.
WWDC 2010 sold out fairly soon after tickets first went on sale, but the developer-only conference will be covered by a number of tech sites, including a liveblog of the keynote on Monday at MacRumorsLive.com.