Apple iOS 6 to Arrive at WWDC in June Suggests Website – iPhone 5 to Follow in October?
Apple looks set to announce its next evolution of the iOS mobile and tablet platform at the World Wide Developers Conference in June – if speculation from Cult of Mac is to be believed. They got the scoop that Apple is planning a corporate meeting at the Moscone Center in San Francisco between June 11th and 15th. This is just days after the WWDC, where previous operating system upgrade iOS 5 was announced last year.
An appearance of the iOS successor – iOS 6 – at the event would once again buck the trend which Apple previously set out on by delivering new software with each new iPhone launch. Last year, iOS 5 was debuted in June – four months ahead of the iPhone 4S launch in October – and the numbering also making us initially believe what we’d be getting would be an iPhone 5.
If this new info from Cult of Mac is true, and if last year’s Apple scheduling is any pattern for the remaining year, should we actually now expect an iPhone 5 this October?