iOS 6 and Other Expectations at WWDC 2012
Will Tim Cook present the new iOS 6 at Worldwide Developers Conference that starts this week? Will Apple CEO share other useful information on the iPad and iPhone with public? These are questions that worry developers and users who are looking forward for the new firmware version release and other news about Mac and iDevices.
According to rumors and reports found on the web, the Chief Executive will show off the latest iPad, iPod touch and iPhone software, dubbed iOS 6. He will also unveil the new Mac computers and software date launch. All these details are expected to be presented at the annual conference for Mac and iOS developers.
Are these rumors confirmed? Yes, they are. Last week residents in San Francisco noticed banners that read “iOS 6,”and this information proves that Apple is going to announce its next software for the popular tablet computer and smartphone at WWDC 2012.
There are other expectations that worry fans of Apple technology products. We all know how this company is ambitious about making TVs. This news is probably surrounded by the biggest mystery ever. With the death of Steve Jobs (you can read more about the company founder here) people wonder if the Cupertino-based computer giant ever remakes the TV. For now Apple sells Apple TV, however this product is not a full-blown set you might expect to see in your house. It is a little box that helps to show movies when it is connected to a regular television.
Maybe we will hear about the new product this Monday. If such a set exists, one of the Steve Jobs’ goals might be implemented into life.
With the next release of iOS 6 we still know little about its features. Even presented at WWDC 2012, it might become public in fall only, experts think, because Apple likes to introduce its new models of iPhones around this time of the year. If you wish to learn more about the now-available iOS 5, follow this link.