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A banner spotted inside San Francisco’s Moscone Center Friday morning touts the benefits of Apple’s platform, including icons for the new Leopard operating system. Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) starts Monday at Moscone and runs through Friday.
Banners hang outside the Moscone Center in San Francisco Friday. Apple is expected to use the event here to unveil Leopard, the next version of Mac OS X.
A giant Apple logo hangs outside the Moscone Center, where Mac developers are scheduled to meet next week.
A banner inside the Moscone Center touts Apple’s benefits for developers. Several other banners, presumably offering details on what Apple will announce, hung inside the hall.
Workers labor Friday morning to unfurl a giant Apple logo astride the Moscone Center where Apple is holding its WWDC.
Workers Friday mornning hang a sign welcoming programmers to the Worldwide Developer Conference which takes place starting Monday in San Francisco.