iOS 5 was released last year, and iOS 4 was released the year before that, so safe to say we can expect to see major releases of iOS on a yearly basis, and assuming Apple keeps to schedule and tradition, there is a very good chance that we will be seeing iOS 6 officially launch in June during Apple’s yearly WWDC event. It has been reported that the Moscone Center in San Francisco, a favorite venue for Apple, has been booked out for a week from the 11th of June which is more or less a year from last year’s WWDC.
Apart from the launch of iOS 6, WWDC has typically been the platform where Apple has taken to the stage to announce the new iPhone, although the fall launch of the iPhone 4S in 2011 might have changed Apple’s schedule a bit. In any case, there are rumors that point towards a summer launch of the next-generation iPhone, but just like all rumors, we’ll be taking it with a grain of salt for now. So, who’s got any ideas of what we can expect in iOS 6?
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