Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference, better known as WWDC is all set to kick off on Monday, June 10 with a keynote. It’s an event tech-enthusiasts and developers around the world don’t want to miss. And why not? Who doesn’t wants to be a part of the world’s biggest app ecosystem — the Apple iOS. And it gets even bigger when the next version of this most popular OS is on the verge of its unveiling. After numerous rumors of the much awaited “iOS 7″, Apple has kind of disclosed it. Huge banners with number “7″ printed in a colored-pattern have been put up at the WWDC venue, Moscone Center in San Francisco.
Apple iOS 7 is expected to bring a total redesign to the world’s most popular operating system. We have seen numerous iOS 7 concept designs in the past few months, but it’s still a surprise. And Apple is best at keeping secrets. Sir Jonathan Paul “Jony” Ive, lead designer of many Apple products, is expected to be the brain behind iOS 7′s UI design. One of the major changes expected is that of a flat UI design, a concept which all other operating systems have adopted over time.
At WWDC 2013, it’s not only the iOS 7, there are also some other announcements expected —
- OS X
- Some more love for Developers
Expecting the next iPhone? Apple is not known to launch iPhones at WWDC anymore. New iPhone launches are near the October-November timeline.
Excited? So, stay tuned. Check out the WWDC 2013 coverage at innowrx!
Via: BGR India
Source: 9to5 Mac