Tag Archive: Banner


How to Hide MacOS Sierra Update Banner from the Mac App Store

Don’t want to update to macOS Sierra quite yet? You’ve likely noticed when you open the Mac App Store and visit the Updates tab, if you’re on a Sierra compatible Mac you will see a very large MacOS Sierra update banner, soliciting you to update and install the latest Mac system software update. It’s impossible … Read More

WWDC banner points to OS X 10.10 being called Yosemite

OS X 10.10, which Apple is expected to show at its Worldwide Developers Conference Monday morning, could very well be named after one of California’s most well-known national parks. While setting up for WWDC at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, Apple has… Read more ›

Banner Day For Apple Patents Includes 3D Apple TV Remote Control

Apple is awarded a lot of patents, many of which it never does much more than sit on top of. After all, in the high stakes (and highly litigious) world of mobile, it’s better to patent a potential innovation than… Read more ›     

What If Forstall Is Hiding Underneath The Secret WWDC Banner? [Humor]

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There are two secret banners at WWDC  this year, which is supposed to be a celebrate of iOS 7′s departure from the skeuomporphic UI pushed by Scott Forstall. But what if WWDC isn’t about embracing iOS 7 at all. What if the real secret of WWDC is that Scott Forstall is back?

Or maybe it’s just a great prank? Either way, this would be the best WWDC joke ever if it  [Read More…]

Apple Reveals Minimalist iOS 7 Banner At Moscone West

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Apple has been busy decorating Moscone West all week in preparation for WWDC 2013, but until now we haven’t see any iOS 7 banners.

Apple just unveiled one of the iOS 7 banners for WWDC that seems to be a pretty clear indicator that iOS 7 will have a new minimalist design. The banner simply features a huge ’7′ against a perforated background.

We’ll keep you update with new pictures as more  [Read More…]

Every WWDC Banner Ever For The Last 11 Years [Gallery]

Every year thousands of Apple developers flock to San Francisco to attend Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference to be educated in all things Apple. Over the past decade the conference has undergone some big changes as Apple has introduced products like the iPhone, Mac Pro, Intel Processors, Mac OS X operating systems, and much more. An event that used to be lightly attended has now become the most popular developers conference  [Read More…]

Apple Subtly Hints At Taller iPhone 5 Display In Yerba Buena Event Banner

Can you see the icons?

Remember the giant ‘Retina’ in Apple’s huge event banner for the third-gen iPad? If you thought that was a subtle hint, then get ready, cause it’s even better this time around. We showed you the colorful signage Apple put up at the Yerba Buena Center over the weekend, and it sadly looked like there were no immediate iPhone 5 hints in the banner’s design. Think again.

Believe  [Read More…]

With CoverMeNot, Banner Notifications Stay Out Of The Way By Doubling The Height Of Your iOS Status Bar [Jailbreak]

Much better.

Sometimes a jailbreak tweak comes along that is so subtle and yet so brilliant. Banner notifications in iOS are great, but Apple made a poor design choice: incoming banners push in on the top of whatever app you’re using at the moment. If you’re using Safari, the address/search bar is momentarily obscured by a banner notification. That’s no good.

A new Cydia tweak called CoverMeNot keeps banner notifications out of  [Read More…]

Whats Apple Hiding Under This Black Banner At WWDC?

Is Apple hiding something awesome under their black banner?

At every WWDC, Apple dresses up the Moscone Center with beautiful banner graphics to promote their newest software and hardware. Sometimes before the keynote, they keep some banners veiled in black cloth to prevent any keynote spoilers. This year is no exception. So what�s under this year�s black banner? Let us hear your guesses in the comments. Via: Tim Stevens [Read More…]

WWDC Banner Confirms Apple Will Unveil iOS 6 On Monday

It’s official.

Not that there was any doubt, but as this picture proves, yup, Apple is unveiling iOS 6 at WWDC on Monday. Source: CNET