Apple has begun hanging banners at the Moscone West Convention Center highlighting the unreleased iOS 6 as a topic at next week’s Worldwide Developers Conference. The banners don’t come as a surprise, although they do confirm the public will get another glimpse into the next major revision to the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch operating system.
WWDC is Apple’s annual event to give iOS and OS X developers details on the company’s roadmap, and also offers developers the opportunity to work directly with Apple engineers for a few days. The event will include over 100 technical sessions presented by Apple engineers, and 100 hands-on labs where developers can get help with their own code from Apple.
Apple began hanging banners ahead of WWDC earlier this week with the tag line “Where great ideas go on to do great things.”
The conference runs from June 11 through June 15 at San Francisco’s Moscone West Convention Center. The company will host a keynote presentation at 10AM pacific time Monday morning, and The Mac Observer will be on location providing live event coverage.
You can check out a photo gallery of Apple’s iOS 6 banners at the 9to5Mac website.