You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.

Apple's All-New Maps Icon Is Relocated To Campus 2

Though Apple's Maps app isn't set to receive much of a major performance overhaul in iOS 7 (with Apple rather aiming for gradual improvements to the service), one aspect of the application to change - as with Apple's mobile operating system at-large - is the app's icon. Particularly, in iOS 7 Apple has relocated the Maps app icon to reflect its forthcoming move from Infinite Loop to the all-new "Campus 2," 9to5Mac explains. As you can see in the above image, the location shown in iOS 7's Maps app icon is indeed Apple's Campus 2 address. Apple is expected to move into the spaceship-like campus in mid-2016, and the impressive building will offer employees a central power plant, a 1,000-seat corporate auditorium, a fitness center, a 3,000-seat cafeteria, and more. Apple Maps is also set to make the jump to Mac with OS X Mavericks, Apple's next-generation operating system for Mac, which shares a number of interesting features with iOS. If you missed yesterday's event, be sure to see: Video: Hands-On With iOS 7Our Initial Thoughts On iOS 7, OS X Mavericks And More, and View The Entire WWDC Keynote Now. You can also browse through all of AppAdvice's WWDC 2013 coverage by using our dedicated "WWDC 2013" tag.
Related Articles

Tencent Weibo To Be Integrated Into iOS 7, Along With Flickr And Vimeo

Video: AppAdvice Goes Hands-On With iOS 7