June 8, 2012 at 3:38 PM ET
Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) kicks off Monday with a keynote presentation and — based on some conference center decorations — it looks like the event will include an announcement related to iOS 6.
The folks at Macstories have been keeping a close eye on the preparations being made at the venue in which WWDC will be taking place. As a result, they've spotted some new banners which refer to iOS 6 as "[t]he world's most advanced mobile operating system."
It's not particularly surprising that Apple will be discussing the next generation of its mobile operating system during WWDC as the event is a global crossroads for Mac and iOS developers, and generally focuses on software.
On top of that, OS X Mountain Lion, the latest version of Apple's desktop operating system, is due to hit virtual shelves this summer — and an iOS update would complement it perfectly.
If you're curious about what iOS 6 might bring, check out our rundown of the most significant rumors about this latest version of Apple's mobile operating system.
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