Apple has named the date for its annual developers get-together, at an event set to showcase the latest version of its iOS operating system.
The Cupertino tech giant is holding this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) between June 11th and 15th at San Francisco's Moscone West venue.
The event’s focus will be on the iOS 6 edition of Apple’s platform, with a programme of talking shops and show-and-tells designed for devs.
If we can trust the consensus from tech watchers, what it almost certainly won’t feature is a new iPhone, however.
Apple is thought far more likely to hold fire on a new handset until later in the year, after it broke with its traditional June iPhone refresh date last time around for the iPhone 4S, which landed last October.
Quite what iOS 6 has in store for us remains under-wraps right now. But our wishlist would take in Siri support for older model iPhones complete with support for UK businesses and the option to secrete native apps away from the home screen.
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