Apple's new WWDC app, meant to guide developers through next week's mega-conference, is up in the App Store today. If you look closely, you can see bits of iOS 7 in it. While it's exceedingly easy to overvalue just how much this app means—Apple surely doesn't want to tip its hand before the event—there are still some obvious visual clues as to what awaits us in iOS as a whole. Let's take a look.
To start, it's flat. You've probably heard that Jony Ive is going to make iOS "flatter", and we've explained what that means a bit, but this is a very nice expression of what flattening means in the real world, with before-and-after examples. Here's an image of the last three WWDC apps, from 2011 through 2013, in order from left to right (hat tip to Twitter user Yuize):