Apple’s annual developers conference kicks off on Monday with a keynote presentation from Tim Cook. The anticipation is building up online, as the event is likely to bring some new Apple products to the world—most notably, iOS 6. We scoured the web to find some of the most popular rumors about the new operating system:
Similar to the way iOS 5 integrated Twitter, sources expect to see the same with Facebook this time. All those apps that require you to sign in with Facebook will be made simpler if Facebook is integrated into your iPhone.
Siri on the iPad
The same Siri, but iPad-capable. Rumor has it that she wont’ take up the whole screen on the iPad (like she does on the iPhone), but remain in the lower portion of the screen.
Do Not Disturb
Mark Gurman of 9to5Mac reports that iOS 6 will also have a “Do Not Disturb” feature. This will allow you to disable alerts, banners and notifications—similar to OS X Mountain Lion. The option will likely be listed in Settings, like Airplane Mode.
Boy Genius Report claims that Apple has been working on 3-D maps, which will be rolled out with iOS 6. The new Maps app will use Apple’s own data—not Google. Whether or not the Map app is actually better (or just looks cooler) is still up for debate.
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