Before the Apple’s long-awaited “Worldwide Developers Conference” that is due this year, reports are telling that various retail employees will work during night for late hours prior to the event. Actually, there were some Apple retail stores that lately had welcomed unexpected visits from the employees of the Apple’s head quarters.
Late night working of staffs
As said by Mr. Gary Allen of ifoAppleStore.com, the back-of-house employees and individuals at a Texas Apple Store were required to work during night for late hours on 5th of June. On the other hand, the workers do not know the temperament of their forthcoming employment. Rumors were surfacing that it might possibly be a signage modification before the 2012 WWDC event or rather product relocation on the store base.
Due to the extended working hours of the employees, any instant change concerning to the new product seems to be impossible. Workers themselves do not suppose that any retail modification made on the 5th June’s night has something in resemblance with the announcement of the new Apple’s hardware. In its place, new products will be revealed at the WWDC event which is slated for June 11, to commence at 10 AM Pacific Time, sharp in Moscone West in San Francisco, California.
With this thing happening, it’s likely that Apple will launch its annual back-to-school promotion.
Head quarters employees made an unexpected visit
As reported, the employees from California head quarters also made an unexpected visit to the storeroom. Purportedly, they locked themselves inside the server rooms of the store and hide what they were doing. However, it was considered that those employees transmitted a big amount of data from their plied box which was black in color to the Apple retail stores’ local servers.
2012 WWDC event: Mysteries for us!
These kinds of acts by apple clearly demonstrate that there is something fishy going inside and that we are expecting for big round of mysteries during the 2012 WWDC event. Besides the rumors were also surfacing that Apple will reveal its slimmer and lighter MacBook Pro, Macs with Retina Display technology and the latest iOS 6 with its revamped Maps application during this event.
Stay tuned, folks, for more updates!