There have been banners put up by Apple inside the areas of San Fransisco’s Moscone covering their key announcement for their coming Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday.
As the words foretold by their Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, the rumors of iOS 6 and OS X Mountain Lion is finally confirmed. This was last April during the announcement of WWDC’s schedule. Another key point shared by one of their sales guy that this very iOS 6 platform has triggered an entirely new industry with tremendous opportunities for developers worldwide.
As to the banners, it is visibly obvious of their pre-announcement regarding iOS with the tagline “The world’s most advanced mobile operating system.” This marks another biggest and major version of the core and essential software powering iPhones and iPads available worldwide.
It is possible other than obvious that without the brainwork of Steve Jobs’, such development should not have happened. But because it has already been done, there is no room for back outs, rather, just continue spreading the good news.
So for this coming Monday, the beta of iOS 6 is expected to be handed to the developers. This would be the very climax of the Worldwide Developers Conference. All presented in a small blue icon image filled with ripples and a giant six smack at the center.
However, this holds a little to no chance to its public release until the next iPhone is out. Still, an obsolete reference is to be regarded. The iPhone 4S announcement on the other hand last October is another story and altogether an exception.
Given all the updates and rumors circling around the expected latest line of Macs, Apple TV SDK and the newly confirmed Mountain Lion showcase plus the iPhone 5 would seem to be beyond their powers to all happen just this annual, developer-centric event.