The WWDC’s big event for 2019 will start on Monday, June 3rd and the San Jose McEnery Convention Center is already preparing. Starting last Tuesday, workers have added artwork and banners to prepare the convention center, and some banners, in particular, are very bright.
In 2017, Apple moved the WWDC event to San Jose, after years of San Francisco Moscone Center becoming their home. After much fear, the movement seems to have gone well and 2019 is unlikely to be different.
Thanks to product designer David Lewis Thomas, 9to5Mac managed to get some photos of the work done at the McEnery Convention Center. New signage is installed throughout the area, and while the work is still in progress, we are quite confident when we say that everything will be perfect once completed.
“Product Designer David Lewis Thomas sent us photos of WWDC signage around San Jose installed at transit stops lampposts, and in progress on the front of the convention center. The main banner is still very much a work in progress, but some are speculating that it may contain real neon elements. A close look at the signage at this stage reveals the text “Dub Dub,” a common nickname for WWDC among attendees, set in a script typeface. The finished display is sure to be stunning.”
iOS 13, watchOS 6 and macOS 10.15
The keynote of Apple WWDC will kick off the event at 10:00 am PT, Monday, June 3rd. It is expected to be a big one, with announcements for iOS 13, watchOS 6, macOS 10.15 and is more likely to be announced. There will also be many different events taking place in the same area for those who failed to get tickets for the WWDC itself and the week has become bigger than the event itself in recent years.
We have high hopes for the WWDC this year and will keep an eye out for the latest news and events during and after the event.
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