As we reported earlier, Apple is soon coming up with the new generations of its popular iOS and Mac operating systems. Now the presence of the iOS 7 and Mac OS X 10.9 is confirmed as the Cupertino manufacturer has recently installed banners at WWDC venue.
Folks at 9to5Mac have managed to take out some pictures from Moscone Centre, San Fransisco where the WWDC 2013 event will be held from June 10. According to the pictures, Apple has started decorating the developers venue with some banners suggesting the upcoming announcement of the iOS 7 and Mac OS X 10.9.
The banners installed at WWDC venue are displaying ‘7’ digit which affirms that the Cupertino manufacturer is set to announce the new generation iOS 7 during the event. Also a number of banners installed at the venue are having ‘X’ alphabet printed, this certainly confirms the existence of the upcoming OS X.
Furthermore, the iOS 7 suggesting banners are having dotted texture and minimal designing, it states that the upcoming announcement of the iOS 7 will revealed its new UI with transparent nature. According to some earlier concepts, the iOS 7 is likely to have new features and minimal design.
We are of course covering more in the coming days, stay tuned of updates from WWDC 2013.