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From hardware to software, and all thing shiny, Apple's WWDC is the company's opportunity to show off its offerings for the year ahead -- primarily to developers, but also to the world.
But typical Apple, nobody really knows what's coming. We can guess and speculate, but until the week is over only then do we have a rough idea of what's to come.
Here's everything we could think of in one place: from 'definitely' to 'maybe,' to down-right 'who knows?'
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Let's start off with what we do know. We know iOS 6 will be shown off at WWDC this week. The banners are in place showing off the new logo design -- still dubbed the "world's most advanced mobile operating system."
But nobody knows what's actually in it.
iOS, the operating system that runs on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, is expected to have different mapping software and some changes to the App Store. The iPad may have Siri pre-installed, while all devices are expected to receive some level of Facebook integration following on from Apple chief executive Tim Cook's recent comments.
Let's have a quick run through.
- Also see: 20 things we want in iOS 6