Apple has announced that they will be dedicating their presentation at WWDC (World Wide Developers Conference) to their next generation operating systems iOS 5 and OS X Lion. This would be breaking from tradition as Apple usually introduce some new hardware at the event. It is still not yet known if Apple intends to launch the two operating systems during the event or if they will simply be introducing them for demonstration purposes and the benefit of developers.

Rumors are circulating at present that Apple will launch OS X Lion during the Autumn with iOS 5 possibly released in tandem with the new iPhone 5. A recent report from Macotakara in Japan speculates that Apple may launch the iPhone 5 sometime after September.

The World Wide Developers Conference is scheduled to take place in the Moscone Centre in San Francisco from June 6th to 10th.
Click on the video below to watch my latest YouTube blog on the WWDC, iOS 5 and the iPhone 5.

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3 thoughts on “Apple to unveil OS X lion & iOS 5 at WWDC 2011

  1. The iPhone 5 might not even release until next year.

    Also I don’t see ios 5 changing much, its probably just another bullshit update like they all have been since like ios 3

  2. I agree with you and Colby, Apple really need to start setting a trend again and stop being safe, in all their products.
    The aluminium iMac is coming up to its 4th year and the only major aesthetic changes have been the bezel. They need to get back to being innovators and following their own trend like every other company.
    If they do, i will regain all respect i have lost for the company.

  3. Apple WILL announce a new iPhone at WWDC. Last year the invite said something along the lines of ‘centre of the app universe’ and ofcourse, iPhone 4 was revealed. Apple needs to launch a new iPhone to keep up with all the new Android (and Windows Phone 7) devices.

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