Apple is gearing up for its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), which is set to take place at San Francisco, next week. But unlike every year, this time around they have given the world a sneak peek into some of the services which are set to be launched at WWDC 2011. Posters at San Francisco’s largest convention and exhibition complex, Moscone Center are showing off Apple’s upcoming services namely the Mac OS X Lion, iOS 5 and iCloud.
Logos of Mac OS X Lion, iOS 5 and iCloud revealed
The iCloud was named by Apple in a press release on Tuesday, but no image had been associated with it at the time. However, now as the posters suggest the iCloud logo has an app like appearance. The next logo to be previewed was the iOS 5; and like the iOS 4 logo it is mostly similar in design but now has a 5 instead. And finally with the OS X Lion, the logo is with a face of a Lion in a circle. In addition to these standalone posters there is a poster showing OS X Lion + iOS 5 + iCloud = WWDC 2011. Additional banners are put up at the Moscone Center which are still under wraps.
Source: Apple Insider