iOS 6 Banners Being Put Up By Apple At Moscone West Before WWDC 2012

By  at Friday, June 08, 2012  

WWDC 2012 is just around the corner. It begins on June 11th, which is on Monday. Already Apple is hard at working preparing the venue, Moscone West in San Francisco California. Some new images have come up online which reveal that Apple is putting up iOS 6 banners at the venue. This means that come Monday, iOS 6 will finally be unveiled.

WWDC or Worldwide Developers Conference is an annual event organized by Apple. At WWDC Apple shows off it's latest upcoming software for both iOS devices and Mac computers. Alongside iOS 6, Apple is also expected to reveal the upcoming version of OS X software as well. WWDC 2012 beings on June 11th and ends on June 15th.

Last year at WWDC 2011 Apple announce iOS 5. It was the biggest update to iOS platform till date with over 200 new features. Now Apple seems to be leaping forward with iOS 6. There have been reports that a new silver coloured theme is being introduced with iOS 6, which will change the look and feel of the whole iOS system, as we know it. Apart from this new theme inclusion, there will obviously be tons of new features that Apple will be talking about at WWDC 2012.

The banners in the picture confirm that iOS 6 is on the agenda at WWDC 2012. Apple will release developers betas right after the event. The release will probably come in the fall, around the time Apple releases it's next generation iPhone. So, are you excited about iOS 6? You should be!

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