This seems to be perhaps the most authentic way of telling what the iOS 7 default stock app icons will look like based on the recently released official WWDC 2013 app icon before the new design is unveiled next Monday. ________________________________ >> UPDATE: It looks like transparency is even more prominent now and is looking to be another key factor in iOS 7's design based on the newly released WWDC 2013 banners. Compare/Contrast: ________________________________ This mock up is based on all the given resources both Apple and respective rumors have provided [such as]... Flat Design Subtle Grandients Color Consistency etc Additional Input Relative to Icons/Home Screen: Dynamic Icons The Calendar icon has always been dynamic, so why not make the Weather and Clock icons dynamic as well? Perhaps even make the Photos icon dynamic, showing the last picture taken in the frame. Also an option: make the visualizer in the Music icon animate when music is playing. Dynamic icons would make the homescreen feel more alive. App Store apps still only can have static icons. Dock Give iOS the same Mountain Lion Dock treatment to keep things consistent. Notification Center Show a badge with the amount of unread notifications in the top-right corner of the status bar, next to the battery icon. In Notification Center itself, get rid of the heavy linen texture. Make Notification groups collapsable by tapping the header. Questions and comments are appreciated! I've also included a simple yes/no poll to see how many agree/disagree with this concept. By agreeing with the post you are agreeing to the simple idea that the layers of colors on the WWDC logo will match their respective apps and be applied much like they were on the official WWDC app icon. I tried my best to give a rough illustration of this, but your vote should be based on this idea rather than the rough icons themselves. It'll be interesting to reference back to this next Monday to see if we had the right idea! >> UPDATE: I've modified the icons based on feedback, let me know what you think! *The icons are provided to only illustrate an idea of the concept and are not strictly meant to be accurate.