As you may all know now, Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference is going to take place on Monday. As previously reported, Apple has been busy dressing up Moscone West by setting up various WWDC 2013 banners and other sorts of preparation. With just a weekend to go, banners for the new iOS and OS X have appeared at the location of the 5-day event.
Every year, the logo of WWDC usually holds some kind of clue to the announcements that will take place in the event. Due to previous reports, iOS 7 is expected to introduce a major change to the mobile operating system that people know and love. Hardware lead Jony Ive, who has taken the helm of designing iOS 7, is a vocal critic of of skeuomorphism. If the new iOS 7 banners are of any indication, it looks like Apple is going for the "less is more" approach.
On top of that, banners for the next major OS X update have been seen. The logo features the same ultra thin minimalistic font as the iOS 7 logo. However, the most intriguing part is the wallpaper, which depicts a wave. Does this mean that Apple may have ran out of cat names? Will it be called sea lion? Will this be the default wallpaper?
Well, we can only speculate at this point. However, it is quite certain that many are eager to know what Apple have been keeping under wraps for many months now. The logos are good indications that we can expect major changes for both iOS 7 and OS X 10.9. With just a few days to go, we can put all rumors and speculations to rest.
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