Apple today begins to decorating the McNeill Convention Center in San Jose, where the place Apple to hold Worldwide Developer Conference at.The Center is being decorated with banners, flags and other artwork that based on the images shared on Twitter.

Apple is using a design which matches the design seen in the original announcement. The whole side of the Convention Center has been covered with this design, there is even a VTA station in front of the building. These Artworks by Los Angeles artist Geoff McFettridge.

It's expected Apple will host 5,000 developers in this events, hundreds of Apple engineers can answer questions and preside over the App Development Conference. The WWDC Conference will kick off on June 5 at 10:00 a.m, with a Keynote event.

Apple is this Keynote to release iOS 11macOS 10.13, watchOS 4, tvOS 11, and hardware products, such as new MacBook, the 10.5 inch iPad Pros, and possible to debuts the long-rumored Siri Smart Speaker. 

Apple today announced that the App Store since 2008 launched, they paid more than $70 billion to the developers in worldwide. Becuase Apple takes a 30 percent cut of App Store purchases, including in-app purchases, the App Store's overall revenue has already reached $100 billion.

"People everywhere love apps and our customers are downloading them in record numbers," said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing. “Seventy billion dollars earned by developers is simply mind-blowing. We are amazed at all of the great new apps our developers create and can’t wait to see them again next week at our Worldwide Developers Conference.”

Apple says that Games and Entertainment are the most popular categories. Lifestyle, Health Fitness grew by more than 70% last year. Photo and Video also become very popular, with a growth rate almost approaching 90%

Last Month, Apple said the App Store's revenue grew 40% year over year, setting new high records, but did not disclose the exact amount. Apple said the success of the App Store benefited from "Pokémon GO" and "Super Mario Run".
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