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New iOS and OS X at WWDC

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Apple has released the schedule of this year's WWDC (10-14. June) Conference which is held every year in San Francisco and regularly used to introduce new Apple gadgets and software. Usually the content of the conference is to some extent hidden, but it seems that Apple this year has something different in mind. It was announced that on the conference we will see a new version of OS X but also much more interesting iOS.

This will be the first new version of iOS since Scott Forstall, former chief of Apple's mobile OS, left the company, and since Jonathan Ive, Apple's chief designer, took over his job to desing the interface of the iOS. As Ive was not a fan of wood textures and fabrics that iOS got under Forstall's command, it is expected that iOS 7 will be visually significantly different from its predecessor. WWDC Tickets go on sale today at 10.00 a.m. PDT, and since last year they were sold out within 2 hours, at a time you are reading this news they are probably none left.

New Gadgets at WWDC are however not expected. Tim Cook during this week's submission of financial statements announced that we will see them in fall and next year.

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