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In this case, the headline is extremely literal—just a few days away from the Worldwide Developers’ Conference in San Francisco’s Moscone Center, the widely assumed reveal of Apple’s next mobile operating system, iOS 6, has been all but confirmed by candid photos of the event’s signage.

Of course, the reveal isn’t surprising, as Apple’s updated mobile OS has been sighted and talked about in several major tech websites. In this specific case, 9to5Mac spotted the telltale images in the not-so-secret windows of the Moscone Center’s West Hall.

Anyone who uses the iPhone or iPad’s Game Center might want to keep an eye on WWDC news, as that particular feature seems due for another update, which usually happens around the time of a full, new iOS version.

Source: 9to5Mac

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WWDC: Signs Point To iOS 6 Reveal For iPhone, iPad

In this case, the headline is extremely literal—just a few days away from the Worldwide Developers' Conference in San Francisco's Moscone Center, the widely assumed reveal of Apple's next mobile operating system, iOS 6, has been all but confirmed by candid photos of the event's signage.

By EGM Staff | 06/8/2012 06:06 PM PT

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In this case, the headline is extremely literal—just a few days away from the Worldwide Developers’ Conference in San Francisco’s Moscone Center, the widely assumed reveal of Apple’s next mobile operating system, iOS 6, has been all but confirmed by candid photos of the event’s signage.

Of course, the reveal isn’t surprising, as Apple’s updated mobile OS has been sighted and talked about in several major tech websites. In this specific case, 9to5Mac spotted the telltale images in the not-so-secret windows of the Moscone Center’s West Hall.

Anyone who uses the iPhone or iPad’s Game Center might want to keep an eye on WWDC news, as that particular feature seems due for another update, which usually happens around the time of a full, new iOS version.

Source: 9to5Mac

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