updated 07:17 pm EDT, Tue May 27, 2014
Conference will open June 2 with live-streamed keynote
Preparations are underway for the week-long Worldwide Developers Conference, being held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Apple's keynote is scheduled for 10AM PT on June 2, and will be streamed live. Workers are now putting up banners and other decorations for the conference, which is expected to showcase Apple's forthcoming iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 along with other "exciting announcements."
The motif for the conference features app-icon like small squares that hint at the pixels of a computer display -- or perhaps a television. The official slogan is very app-centric, using the phrase "Write the code. Change the world."
The live stream of the keynote will be available on Macs, iOS devices, Apple TV and Windows PCs. Among the announcements observers will be hoping for are a revamped Apple TV product, iOS 8 and OS X 10.10, and possibly a health and fitness device currently dubbed the iWatch.