Apple (s aapl), once again, will be using San Francisco’s Moscone West conference hall for this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference which kicks off Monday with Steve Jobs conducting his popular keynote to developers and press. We’ll be covering the keynote live. WWDC 2010 sold out in a record time this year and Apple is expected to release a brand new iPhone among other rumored announcements.
I stopped by after work on Friday to snap a few photos of Moscone West receiving the finishing touches of the giant three-story tall Apple logo and snap photos of banners hanging inside the conference center. Unfortunately, there were no exposed banners of any unannounced products and instead I could see promos for iAds, folders and mult-tasking which are all features Apple has announced will be a part of iPhone OS 4 that is rumored to ship at WWDC or shortly after with the new iPhone. The two banners on Moscone’s 1st level did contain previously unannounced news that Apple has sold its four billionth app on the app store and they now have over 200,000 apps available for the popular iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.
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