Apple fans with an upcoming iPhone 5 in their minds, decided to encrypt the WWDC logo revealed recently to find out some hints about what’s going to be unveiled from June 11th to June 15th. There are multiple suggestions, as Apple traditionally leaves us the ability to interpret everything on our own… Apple’s choice of clues has from time to time proven to be too hidden perfectly, and observant reveals them only after the new device has been unveiled.
Most of the readers claim to see implied 5s throughout the multi-colored logo for the 2012 WWDC when turning their heads left. This may be just another subtle hint by Apple, as well as just a wishful thinking of an Apple enthusiast eager to get hands on a new smartphone as soon as possible… We have seen numerous reasons why iPhone 5 cannot be launched in June, so 5 in the center of the logo may more likely be an optical illusion than the truth.
However there is no hint on iOS 6 on the WWDC logo, causing a bit of disappointment among the users. As Apple is a traditional company paying attention to details, we thought looking at WWDC 2010 press release by Apple would do some good… Here is what said Scott Forstall, Apple’s senior vice president of iPhone Software, said then:
“This year’s WWDC offers developers in-depth sessions and hands-on working labs to learn more about iPhone OS 4, the world’s most advanced mobile operating system. WWDC provides a unique opportunity for developers to work side-by-side with Apple engineers and interface designers to make their iPhone and iPad apps even better.” – No single hint of iPhone 4 can be found in Apple’s press statement from 2010…
Assuming that a new phone by Apple can never debut without a new operating system, iPhone 5 release rumor loses sense. On the other hand there are some users who stubbornly claim to be seeing a big 5 in the center of the logo, with a small 5s reflected everywhere on this flamboyant apple.
So what do you expect to see at WWDC 2012? We’d like to hear your theories on the symbolism (if any) surrounding the WWDC’s 2012 logo in the comments.