Apple will be announcing all kinds of exciting new things when its WorldWide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) kicks off at 6pm GMT tonight, and it looks like iOS 6, the latest version of its iPhone and iPad OS, will be one of them.
Rumours about iOS 6 have been flying around the interwebs for months now, and the appearance of iOS 6 banners outside Apple’s WWDC venue in San Francisco (spotted by MacStories) have sealed the deal. Now we just have to wait for the details to emerge. We’re expecting tons of exciting new features, as well as Siri support for iPads and greater synchronicity between iPhones, iPads and Mac computers.
Of course, if you still haven't upgraded from the original Apple iPad, iOS 6 might be a good incentive – it seems the original tablet won't be getting an upgrade.
Check out our full Apple WWDC round-up for what we’re expecting to emerge, and we’ll bring you the biggest headlines as Apple kicks off its conference.