Apple WWDC 2013 Banners Already Going Up At Moscone West

by Brandon Russell | June 4, 2013

Apple is already decorating the Moscone West building in San Francisco ahead of next week’s WWDC, where the company says a “whole new world is developing.” Reminiscent of invitations that went out in April, the colorful icons hint at a more Ive-filled future, where iOS is flatter and devoid of Scott Forstall’s skeuomorphic persuasions. While the pictures don’t provide insight into the platform as a whole, we’re getting a small glimpse of what to expect: lots of colors, and less analog tricks.

We’re expecting a lot more in addition to the revamp of iOS at next week’s event, including new MacBooks and a look at the future of OS X. We’ll be in attendance this year, bringing you all the latest from what is leading up to be a huge event for Apple. It’s been a long time since Tim Cook and Co. took the stage, and we can’t wait to see what the company has in store.

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Brandon Russell

Brandon Russell enjoys writing about technology and entertainment. When he's not watching Back to the Future, you can find him on a hike or watching...