by Brent Dirks
May 30, 2014
The preparations for WWDC 2014 are continuing. Just a few days after Apple started the process of decorating Moscone West in San Francisco for next week’s event, the first iOS 8 banners have appeared. First posted by Business Insider’s Jay Yarrow on Twitter, the banner shows a simple “8” on what appears to be a watery background.
CONFIRMED: iOS 8 is coming pic.twitter.com/3SfSw6AUm6 — Jay Yarow (@jyarow) May 30, 2014The event begins on Monday, June 2 with a keynote address from Apple starting at 10 a.m. PDT. Along with the new version of iOS, Apple is also expected to unveil the latest OS X edition, version 10.10. Other topics apparently on the agenda include the recent acquisition of Beats Electronics for $3 billion and a smart home program. As usual, AppAdvice will be there live to provide all the latest and breaking news from the keynote. If you want to watch the address live, Apple is also planning to stream the event live for iOS devices, Mac, PCs, and the Apple TV. For other news today, see: AppAdvice Daily: Home Improvement iPhone Tips, Apple Wants To Put The Genie Back In The Bottle And See The End Of 'iPhone 6' Leaks, and Amazon Prime To Launch Streaming Music Service This Summer.