Apple begins decorating McEnery Convention Center ahead of WWDC 2017

Various images are currently popping up on social media as Apple begins decorating the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California for next week’s WWDC 2017 event.

Among the decorations are a large banner at the front and sides of the building and various smaller banners on nearby light posts and street signs signifying exactly what’s taking place starting Monday, June 5th at 10 A.M. local time (1 P.M. Eastern time).

As is typical with most Apple events, the banners match the design scheme of the WWDC 2017 web page on Apple’s site and the invitations that were sent out via email.

The event is expected to cover a variety of things, ranging from software to hardware. It’s expected that the latest iterations of iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS will take the stage, in addition to possible bumps in Mac hardware.

There have also been rumors of a possible Siri speaker that will compete with Amazon Echo and Google Home, as manufacturing has reportedly already started ahead of the event.

While we won’t know exactly what WWDC 2017 has in store until it’s officially here, you can download the official WWDC app for a full schedule and details about the event, as it has been updated for the 2017 keynote, and stay tuned to iDB for the latest news as it breaks.

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Image Source: Twitter (1), (2) via MacRumors