First Look: iOS 8 Banner Pops Up at Moscone Center Ahead of WWDC [PIC]

With WWDC 2014 set to kick off on Monday, all eyes are on Apple—and their building decorations at Moscone Center that is. Earlier this week WWDC 2014 banners and decorations started to grace the venue in San Francisco and this morning, the first banner of iOS 8 has appeared, confirming the obvious.

The banner was first tweeted out by Jay Yarow from Business Insider. As you can see from the image, the security guard looks perplexed and so does one of the installers. Insert your favourite caption below:

Ios 8 moscone center

Expect Apple to preview iOS 8, OS X 10.10, talk about Beats Music and possibly feature some new hardware at the keynote, which kicks off on June 2 at 10AM PDT—streamed live for all to see in its glory.

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  • Huh. That looks a LOT like the Mavericks branding. I wonder if this version of iOS is going to be another step towards merging the two operating systems?

    Personally, I hope not, as I believe there are good reasons for keeping them separate. Perhaps they’ll just share with each other a lot better? (AirDrop between computer and phone would be nice.)

  • Quite similar, no?

  • Kirk

    Hmmm.. Your right.. It’s not all colorful and stuff… Which honestly doesn’t bug me one bit.. Hopefully iOS 8 has some improvements software wise!

  • steve81

    What if the water on the iOS 8 banner was for a waterproof iPhone 6 being announced tomorrow?

    We’ve seen leeks since the end of April this year… last year the leaks started end of June.

    And by the way, I don’t believe Apple needs to wait for iOS 8 to be ready to ship a new iPhone… they’ll ship it when it’s ready.