iOS 6 banners have started to up at the San Francisco Moscone Center, confirming what we already heard before. The latest and next iteration of the OS will be announced on Monday, spotted by 9to5 Mac earlier today.
Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference is set to take place on Monday morning, and aside from iOS 6, Apple is rumored to be announcing new Macs and possibly even a TV. Here's what we know about iOS 6.
Apple is expected to come out with its own new mapping application in the next-generation of the operating system. They've already acquired several mapping related companies and now they are making a move into the space. Google, held its own 3D mapping event on Wednesday, probably wanting to get the word out before Apple's.
Apple CEO Tim Cook seemed to hint that the company might be working with Facebook saying that there would be deeper Facebook integration similar to how Twitter integration currently works with iOS.
Siri for iPad
Siri is rumored to be coming to coming to the iPad in the next generation of iOS, giving tablet users the game access to the virtual personal assistant as is currently available on the iPhone.