Apple has started putting up WWDC banners across Moscone West, San Fransico ahead of its developer’s conference that is scheduled to start next week. The design and Slogan used is same as was used during the announcement about WWDC 2014. The slogan for WWWDC 2014 is “Write the Code, Change the World”. Apple also announced that it would be live streaming the opening keynote address scheduled on June 2 at 10 am Pacific/1 pm Eastern on Macs, iOS devices, PCs, and the Apple TV. Apple has released its WWDC App for iPhone and iPad, which has the Venue Map and the conference schedule.
The conference will cover next versions of OS X (OS X 10.10), iOS (iOS 8), upcoming Healthbook and the recently revealed Smart Home Automation System. WWDC will also have more than a 100 technical sessions presented by Apple engineers on a wide range of topics related to developing, deploying and integrating the latest iOS and OS X technologies. To provide developers with code level assistance, an insight into development techniques and guidance on how they can make most of iOS and OS X technologies in their applications there will be more than 1,000 Apple engineers supporting them in over a 100 hands-on labs. Apple will also have Apple Design Awards which recognizes iPhone, iPad and Mac Apps that demonstrate excellence in technology, innovation and design.