June 7, 2013
Three days before Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference begins, we’re getting our first official look at iOS 7. Folks at San Francisco’s Moscone Center have unveiled the iOS 7 logo, as first noted by Macstories. As you can see, the “7” in the logo is extremely thin -- some would say flat! The latest version of iOS is largely expected to do away with the skeuomorphic design of past versions, so this makes sense. The WWDC keynote is scheduled for Monday, June 10 beginning at 10 a.m. PDT. AppAdvice will provide live coverage of the event at that time. In addition to iOS 7, Apple is likely to unveil the next version of OS X, as well as new Mac models. Cupertino is also probably going to announce "iRadio." Updated: The OS X logo is also up: For more information: Apple’s ‘iRadio’ Service Set To Debut Monday, The Latest iOS 7 Concept To Hit The Web Is Interactive, and WWDC 2013: Apple May Be Prepping An iPhone Surprise.