by Anton Shilov
06/08/2012 | 05:34 PM
Apple has indirectly confirmed that it would unveil the details about its next-generation mobile operating system for iPhone smartphones and iPad media tablets known as iOS 6. The company has placed banners at the Moscone center in San Francisco, California, where the WWDC (worldwide developer conference) 2012 is set to take place next week.
Based on the banners placed at the show floor, Apple will indeed reveal its new operating system just about eight months after releasing its current-generation iOS 5. While nobody exactly knows what the iOS 6 is all about, an educated guess would point to deeper (or even deeper than expected) integration with Mac OS "Mountain Lion" operating system as well as other forms of integration across different devices.
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In the best case scenario, Apple iOS 6 can re-imagine the world of mobile devices by bringing in virtualization, better control and freedom. In actual, it will just what it was ought to.
Apple did not comment on the news-story.