Banners of the Apple WWDC event have already been put up, they are fantastic and at the same time give out hints about what we will get to see at the event. One of the biggest hints given by these banners is the company’s next-gen mobile OS, Apple iOS 7.
Apple has been preparing for the WWDC event since a long time, and the banners tell us a lot about it. The Apple WWDC event is just a few days away. Check out the image below, it actually happens to be one of the banners put up for the WWDC event. The only thing you see here is the number ‘7’ which clearly points to the next version of iOS.
The banner clearly shows us the number 7 which, in a way, also gives out an idea of the simple and flat design of the upcoming version of iOS. This new flat and simple UI has been designed by Jony Ive, the artist from Apple who has designed the iPhone as well.
We should really thank Apple for putting up this banner, because it eliminates all doubts about whether iOS 7 is real or not. At the Google I/O, attendees and viewers all around the world were expecting Google to unveil the next-gen version of Android OS, Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. However, this did not happen, we did not get to see Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, and as a result of this, many were disappointed.
We can now rest assured that Apple will not do the same thing, and will unveil the next-gen Apple iOS 7 and we also expect the company to release this new version right away. Be sure to check back on the 10th of June as the Apple WWDC event kicks off on the same day. We will have fresh updates for you from the event.
Source and more from WWDC: Flickr