Just a few more days and Apple will once again hold their annual Worldwide Developers Conference, where iOS 6 is expected to be launched. It is a major platform in which the Cupertino company provides some pretty major announcements. Until last year, it used to be the platform where a new iPhone is revealed. And of course in last year's WWDC, iOS 5 was unveiled. So it is only reasonable for one to speculate that this upcoming WWDC will be the event where Apple's next major mobile OS, iOS 6 will be announced. But such speculations are speculations no more.
The folks over at 9to5Mac has brought to our attention that WWDC banners are already being installed at Moscone West. And a good number of these banners are directly referencing Apple's upcoming iOS 6. So that effectively removes any doubt that iOS 6 will be announced in this year's WWDC. As you can see from the images, the iOS 6 banners are presented with a tagline "the world's most advanced mobile operating system."
If you are going to look closely, the iOS log has been changed with iOS 6. iOS 5's water spots has been replaced with a light-blue gradient background in iOS 6. Is this an indication that we will be seeing a complete overhaul of the iOS platform? Some of the things that we can expect from iOS 6 are the new 3D maps app, deep Facebook integration, upgraded native Camera and Photos apps, new Siri API and so on.
Whether you are a hardcore or casual Apple fan, it is hard not to get excited with the things that will be announced this coming Monday. You can be sure that the world will be watching as Apple goes through WWDC 2012. Analyst predicted that there will be no significant hardware announcements for this year's event, but who knows? Apple does love their surprises.
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