While we still have plenty of questions about what we’ll hear announced during next week’s WWDC 2013, the one certainty has been news of iOS 7. As if all the rumors and leaks weren’t enough, we’ve heard confirmation from Apple’s Tim Cook himself that iOS 7 would be on the agenda. Still, they say a picture’s worth a thousand words, and as Apple starts setting things up for the conference, a banner has been revealed that sure seems to confirm everything we’ve heard about an iOS 7 announcement.

The lack of any apparent “iOS” wording is itself very interesting – could this stark, featureless design be a reflection of some of the “flat design” elements that have been suggested for iOS 7, as part of the Jonathan-Ive-led effort to revitalize the platform?

Barring any unexpected developments over the weekend, expect Apple to make its iOS 7 announcement at next Monday’s WWDC keynote. Check back with us then for the full story on what Apple had to share, and learn of what new features you can look forward to coming to your iPhone or iPad.

Source: Mac Stories
Via: iClarified

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