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Apple To Unveil Software And Hardware For The iPhone 5 At WWDC

Many in the tech world are wondering what Apple will be showing at its upcoming Worldwide Developer Conference. The company might bring to the event a new line of MacBook Pros or the next iOS version, which internally, is nicknamed Sundance.

A recent report suggests Apple could release the iOS 6, but not along with the iPhone 5. The chance of seeing the sixth generation iPhone in June is close to none, as the rumour-mill has speculated at this point.

In the past, Apple has hinted at features in the upcoming products at WWDC. Analysts have stated Apple's conference will undoubtedly present iCloud updates.

Apples' cloud services could slip clues to the next iPhone, as the iCloud will have to welcome all Apple devices, existing and upcoming. The service is rumoured to provide a new photo-sharing feature. An iCloud upgrade will probably be released in beta stages.

The new mapping app, with its "blow your head off" 3D feature, might also be unveiled at WWDC in June. This software is designed for iPhone and iPad users. Comparing rumours, previous reports suggest the next iPhone is also to feature some 3D capabilities.

Source: SlashGear

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