By Megan Geuss
SAN FRANCISCO—This year’s World Wide Developer’s Conference was a bit more subdued than last year’s. In 2014, Apple filled the floors of the Moscone Center with an assortment of vintage and luxury cars, it launched its new Swift programming language, and it launched the heavily-redesigned Yosemite OS. Today the area outside of the conference rooms was sparsely decorated, but there was still a little excitement to come.
Ars was there, camera in hand, to bring you photos of the WWDC keynote event during our liveblog. But part of the fun at these events is documenting the things that happen outside of the highly-scripted environment. Take a look at some of our photos from the day. We think you’ll enjoy them, and #yolo.