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Discussion in 'iOS 7' started by DenisAuermann, Apr 26, 2013.
Do you not see the other threads talking about this very same thing?
Do you also believe in illuminati? Lol..
I've heard they will use circular icons in iOS 7.
I am almost 100% sure they wont. Devs will have to change their icon for every single app on the app store? No way
My money is on hexagon shaped icons.
It's circles for the built in apps and hexagons for everything else.
My guess not being a tech head is that iOS 7 will compliment the phone or tablet hardware functionality i.e. using the iPhones and IPads graphics to illuminate icons on the homescteen that one possibility from the above picture.
And making them backwards compatible with iOS 6- is going to be pain.
The "XIII" in the logo makes me think they're revealing something with watches, since Roman numerals are oft used on analog clocks.
It's the watch contraption.
Awesome! Moderators, go ahead and lock the thread!
Lucky thing that nobody knows anything about the upcoming UI...otherwise the totally uniformed speculation on this thread might be considered a little silly!!
Uninformed or not I think the OP makes an excellent point. I hadn't taken notice of how flat things are on the invite. It's speculative, but perhaps there really is something to it.
OK, I take it all back!
The totally uniformed and speculative meanderings on this thread are great idea.
I'm always opened to reasoned argument...
What's more interesting to me is that the icons are stacked.
Its the same type of pattern an icon would make while in 'move' or 'change' mode. If you press and hold an icon is shakes, if you look closely its almost as if the WWDC logo mimics that behavior. I guess that is a hint to 'we're changing things up'.
Very good pickup!
I like the colors.
Circular shape? Um, no, not happening.
Also the orange one which stands for the Music app. I was also thinking about this, and I hope this is true, because it looks so awesome.
We haven't seen any relation to previous years WWDC logos and what's been in iOS 5, 6. So, doubt if it will tell us anything that's in iOS 7.
That said, because it's so different, it may give us a hint to expect something totally different in UI terms (which I think we do already expect!).
I like 2013 the best, but that's probably because its the newest. 2010 and 2011 were definitely low points.
The 2013 one is undoubtably the simplest of them all. It could signifying a new light for Apple software.