iOS 7 and OS X Banners Spotted At Moscone West Ahead of WWDC 2013
Apple began setting up decorations
at Moscone West in San Francisco for WWDC 2013 on Tuesday and the highly-anticipated event will officially kick off Monday of next week.
Friday afternoon a new banner was spotted that shows what appears to be the new logo for what will be iOS 7 when it is announced at WWDC 2013. The banner confirms that iOS 7 will indeed be announced this coming Monday. It will be released to developers as a beta so developers can start readying applications for an official launch that is likely to be in the Fall.
iOS 7, which is being overseen by Apple’s Jonathan Ive, is expected to carry a “flatter” design that will do away with skeuomorphism. Notably, the banner also carries a skinnier font than usual that may indicate that iOS could receive a font change in iOS 7.
Apple's new WWDC application
carries a similar "flat" design that many believe might offer a sneak peek of what stock iOS 7 interfaces could look like. The application allows developers that aren't able to attend the event to still stay up to date on big announcements.
Also spotted is a banner for OS X, which appears to carry the same skinny font that the iOS 7 banner carries. Apple is expected to also unveil an updated version of OS X, which the banner appears to confirm:
Are you excited to see what Apple has ready to offer in the latest software updates?