Apple is set to unveil iOS 7 and latest OS X at WWDC 2013 on Monday for which it started dressing up Moscone West building a couple of days earlier. Apple has now put up the banners that depicts flat icons hinting at the iOS 7 redesign. The banner also reveals the conference slogan: “Where a whole new world is developing”…
Numerous photographs of interior and exterior are available from 9to5mac and Macstories. As expected, unlike past graphics-heavy iOS logos, the new iOS 7 logo suggests a much simpler design. The new logo is an elegant and very thing “7” with a white background. The logo itself supports the rumors of flat, minimal design for iOS 7.
The “7” on the banners is colorized using the same color scheme seen on the WWDC 2013 logo. These colors are said to be a hint of each stock app getting its own color theme against white background.
“While the core elements of those apps are mostly white, each app has been given a unique button color,” describes Mark Gurman of 9to5mac.
One of the banners also bears the OS X logo and just like iOS 7, it’s also a simple and very thin “X”. Does that points towards OS X simplification?