As you all know, WWDC 2013 will be kicking off in less than a week. It will be an early Christmas for both fans of Apple and the media as it is expected that the company will be unveiling their next generation operating systems for both the iOS and OS X, and perhaps some hardware thrown in as well. And in light of this highly anticipated event, the Cupertino giant has started prepping up Moscone West, the location of the five-day event.
Macstories has posted a series of photos of WWDC 2013's banners. If you have seen the WWDC 2013 invitations, then you will have an idea just how the banner looks like. As per usual, the color scheme for this year's WWDC banners are typically tied to the invitation's graphics. This year, the Cupertino outfit will be using the tagline “Where a whole new world is developing”. Check out more of the photos below.
Over the past months, talks of iOS 7 going flat have been fairly prevalent. So it is widely speculated that each colored icon represents a redesigned app. So it should be fair to expect that Apple will indeed unveil an iOS 7 will considerable visual overhaul.
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