Apple has begun hanging colorful banners at the Moscone Center in San Francisco ahead of WWDC. The design of the banners is consistent with other WWDC14 materials we’ve seen thus far, with one showing the Conference’s tag line: ‘Write the Code. Change the World.’

The event is slated to kick off next Monday, and run through the week, with various developer-focused workshops and classes. And of course, Apple will be delivering its annual keynote, where executives from the company will discuss the future of the OS X and iOS platforms…

Here are a few more images via MacStories:


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Apple has already announced much of the schedule for next week, leaving out just a handful of sessions marked as ‘secret.’ The firm is expected to unveil a redesigned version of its Mac operating system, and a familiar-looking iOS 8 with new stock applications and new features.

The big keynote is slated to begin at 10:00am PST next Monday, and will run through noon. Earlier today, Apple announced it will be live streaming the ‘exciting’ event to iOS, Mac and PC devices, but of course you can join us here for additional announcements and commentary.

  • Framboogle

    Write the virus

    Change your password

  • Christian Mejía

    iOS 8 is going to be the best.

    • SkyFall

      I don’t think it will be the best, but i think it will be what iOS 7 should have been. I think this years star of the show will be OS X or XI.

      • Christian Mejía

        And the real iOS 7 is the best.

      • ✪ aidan harris ✪

        I agree. Put it quite simply that iOS 8 will be to iOS 7 what Windows 7 is to Windows Vista…

      • SkyFall

        Or what Snow Leopard (10.6) was to Leopard (10.5).

      • Indian Food

        You can say that for every OS that comes out, and every iPhone that comes out as well. It’s irrelevant.

      • SkyFall

        Actually iOS 7 has rushed and bugged (Previous iOS version weren’t as bugged due to the fact they had minor new features), so I meant that iOS 8 won’t be rushed and as bugged as iOS 7 was and will have design regiments, therefore making it what iOS 7 should have been.

      • Yeah, but don’t forget they had 64bit to contend with. It was the first of it’s kind so naturally they’re gonna encounter more issues than normal

      • Indian Food

        Actually, I agree there, you’re right. However, as a completely new OS, I was surprised how well Beta 1 actually held. I had the 4S at the time too, and it ran smooth. I’m exited to see what Apple does adding onto iOS7.

  • Ohh god i’ve looked for these banners about 8 times on google…

  • Keabsy

    With “write the code”, do they mean they’ll slowly start opening to customization on iOS devices? hmm

    • Anmol Malhotra

      That’s what i was thinking… “Write the code” tag line is making me curious.. What are you upto Apple this year?? I’m soooooo excited!

      • Keabsy

        Probably OS X related but still, it’d be a surprising “one more thing”

  • jack

    the guy who invented the JLG must be rich

  • Maxim∑

    Every year

    • ✪ aidan harris ✪

      Just no…

  • SkyFall

    Also it would be funny and tragic at the same time if Apple made iOS 8 betas open to the general public. Oh all those UDID sites that will closez

    • Framboogle

      Seems possible after what they did with the OS X beta program

    • James Gunaca

      I find this incredibly unlikely because carriers would probably throw a fit. Beta software on phones could impact their network.

  • Jesse Wehner

    You have no idea how excited I am now!!!

  • Jon20

    I think the “Write the code. Change the world.”is about the story that came out in the Financial Times about Apple working on new software platform for the smart home.

  • @dongiuj

    That’s not nice. How would they like it if banners started hanging them instead?!

  • James Gunaca

    Walked by Moscone today but didn’t see anything yet. I’ll probably swing by again tomorrow and see if anything new besides these have gone up!

  • GuyWithTheThings

    Ok, just a hunch here. It says “write the code, change the world.” The little squarish things look sort of like pixels, so maybe there is connection. Just a hunch. If they ARE pixels, maybe a pigged display? After all, the banners are pretty long, and the iPhone 6 is said to have a better display, so maybe a connection there too.

  • Martin

    Just from that banner you know there is definitely going to be a bigger iPhone with A LOT more ppi.

  • Khaled

    You can tell that the iWatch i square and comes in colors .. four colors ^_*

  • Senith Deelaka Ranchagoda

    Aren’t those the colours of Healthbook icon?

  • rockdude094

    Its going to be a huge bummer like always haha