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iCloud Logo Revealed as Moscone Center Prepped for WWDC

iCloud Logo Revealed as Moscone Center Prepped for WWDC

Apple is preparing San Francisco's Moscone Center for WWDC 2011, which runs June 6 - 10, and as a result, we've learned what its iCloud logo is.

The image below was captured by Doug Bowman and posted to TwitPic.

Another banner, captured by AppleInsider, shows an image of a lion, a plus sign, the number 5, another plus sign, and the iCloud logo. That refers to Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, iOS 5, and iCloud, all of which will be discussed on Monday.


It seems also that iCloud will be replacing MobileMe completely, as has been rumored of late. Earlier reports pointed to iCloud being part of a revamped MobileMe, but that doesn't seem to be the case any longer.
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Thanks Michael for the update! Very original name - iCloud :p

A very neutral looking logo, IMO. Nothing offensive and flashy about it. Very "Apple-like" in it's simple design and direct in what it's referring to - the Cloud.

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Where are the black curtains lol. @omegadoom13 and I bet they trademarked the iCloud too.

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lol... I like that bet  :)

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I was going to ask what the 5 was till you mentioned it in the reading :P

lol if they don't trademark i would be surprised as it is a official product name now :P anything from apple is trademarked/copyrighted :D

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so they basically took the mobile me icon and made it sliver. I guess they are being green and recycling icons.

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