Design an iOS 9 official icon, wallpaper, and tag line!

C DM

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Isn't it already basically something along the lines of "The epicentre of change" (from WWDC 2015).
 

kmj2318

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I'm going to predict that the new wallpapers for iOS 9 will come from user submissions from the Shot on iPhone campaign. It would be a good way to show how good the iPhone camera is, and it doesn't hurt that the owners probably signed away all their rights. There's some really good photos for wallpapers.
 

jordancrombie92

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San Francisco

Thought I'd use the new San Francisco font from the :apple:Watch to create my logo and tagline.



and for the wallpaper, I took this photo today while sat at a park bench and it is part of one of the planks

 

iamMacPerson

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Here's what I came up with. I debated using San Francisco for the branding but decided to stick with Myriad. The OS use SF though. I figured I'd make a a pun on security. Securing the top spot is what I thought up.

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Where did you find that background on the iPhones? That looks killer!
 

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Ambush083

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New GUI, Features and maybe one or more big features.

I've been doing research and there is this rumor that keeps going around without a source. People keep saying it like it's guaranteed, but I think it's just that people want it. Just check every YouTube video that speculates about iOS 9 features.

That iOS 9 will be focused primarily on optomization and stability. No GUI updates except maybe the new font. I highly doubt this though. Every other iOS version usually contains a GUI update of some sort besides just the font.
 

cambookpro

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Cause 9:41 AM was when the iPhone was shown to the public for the first time.
Not quite. Scott Forstall gave the explanation - before he was fired! - in an interview:

"We design the keynotes so that the big reveal of the product happens around 40 minutes into the presentation. When the big image of the product appears on screen, we want the time shown to be close to the actual time on the audience's watches. But we know we won't hit 40 minutes exactly."

The iPhone was announced at 9:42 ;)
 
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