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Apple erects giant ‘7’ banner at WWDC venue, confirming iOS 7 reveal

Well that settles that. Apple has decorated the site of its WWDC keynote in San Francisco with a big number ‘7’ banner and we all know what that means… a new version of iOS is definitely on the way.

The MacStories website has snapped a pic of the decor at the Moscone Center in San Francisco where Apple’s big guns will deliver the annual address on Monday.

iOS 7 had been considered a dead cert for the developer-focused event anyway, but this seems to end any lingering doubts that it will be announced on Monday.

While there’s only so much information you can hope to glean from a white banner with a ‘7’ on it, there’s unfortunately very little else to read into what’s hanging from the ceiling at the Moscone Center.

Trust us, we’ve tried.

Perhaps the minimalistic simplicity is a reflection of Jony Ive’s rumoured new ‘flatter’ interface? Who knows?

Speculation has suggested that this year’s iPhone and iPad software bump will bring bigger changes than normal with the Knight of the Realm now overseeing things.

We can’t wait to find out what Sir Jony has been cooking up, so join us on Monday for up-to-the-minute coverage of events from San Francisco.

Via Engadget

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