Okay, I don't have pics but 9to5Mac has a few of them as Apple start putting up banners for their WWDC event next week. And while every new iOS and OS X release is very important, this one stands out because of the pressure put upon Apple, Tim Cook in particular, by an out of control media and pundits with agendas (some are as benign as click-baiting).
So, visit the site if you want to try to play armchair detective and discern from the details on the banners what Apple will have in store for us next week.
However, I do want to mention one thing about OS X. I've seen a few posts and listened to a couple of podcasts about which feline will Apple bestow upon by naming the next OS X version, 10.9, after.
I think "Sabertooth" is rather awesome. However, I think it's time for Tim Cook to change that and it's a grand opportunity. It'll take Apple further away from the Steve Jobs era however symbolic it is. It could also signal a dramatic shift in the iconic OS away from PC and perhaps one day towards more of a PC-tablet hybrid for the Mac, assuming that's where Apple is headed.
After all, iOS already uses the core of OS X and a hybridization isn't out of the question.
This is why I think WWDC 2013 is a grand opportunity for Apple to change the naming scheme for OS X. Let's not forget that while we have yet to see anything new from Apple in terms of product refresh or totally new products, all future products from Apple will in some way be affected by the coming OS updates.