Apple, the U.S. based technology giant, is set to bring out of the curtain its next major software update, the iOS 6 at the WorldWide Developer Conference 2012 which is scheduled to be held at Moscone Center San Francisco on 11 June 2012. With this annual developer meet just hours away, workers are busy giving the building finishing touches. The strange part here is that this time unlike every other year, Apple has not covered its upcoming and the supposedly unannounced iOS 6 banner is out for the public to see, as revealed by a source.
Looking at the way the banner is held high carelessly for the world to see, one can easily wonder if it could just be an inaugural tease with bigger announcements lined up in the depth of secrecy. The news in the air is that Apple’s first-gen Apple iPad will be excluded from every treat that iOS 6 will bring. According to a source the links for the new update is provided exclusively just for a few devices. Apple iPhone 3GS was able to make the cut, but heartbreakingly initial iPad models prior to the fourth generation couldn’t.
Only a whisker of data is available about iOS 6 apart from the fact that it will bring along with it deeper Facebook integration, just like its predecessor did with Twitter, and leaving behind Google maps in order to bring out Apple’s own 3D maps. Rumor mills state that Apple might also bring out new UI elements along with a taller and higher resolution display for the next in-line iPhone hidden somewhere round the block. Apple is also rumored to announce the last version of OS X Mountain Lion as well as new Macbook Pro and Air which will feature Retina displays. A new Software development kit for Apple TV is also in line.