The Moscone Center has been preparing for WWDC, and has started putting Apple’s event posters up. This year’s posters include Apple’s colorful WWDC2012 logo, as well as a pretty exciting message: “Where great ideas go on to do great things.”
There’s two major ways of interpreting this. One of them may be that Apple is going to open up a lot more APIs to developers, like a Siri API. APIs allow developers to interact with interfaces (like the camera), while keeping a constant UI. With a Siri API, you’d be able to tell Siri to update your Facebook status, or reply to a Direct message on Twitter (which you really should follow me on), changing settings on the device, and so much more.
The other would be a more open-to-jailbreaking Apple, that would take in suggestions from the development community. I don’t really think this would be the case, but judging by Apple’s message, it seems pretty much anything is possible.
Last year, the iCloud logo was leaked slightly before the keynote, as well as iOS 5, the same way this awesome message was found.
What do you thing Apple’s great idea is? Let us know in the comments below, or by sending me a tweet.