It Runs iOS 6
With its annual Worldwide Developer Conference scheduled for June, Apple is projected by several news outlets to take the wraps off its latest mobile OS, iOS 6. And, since the iPhone 5 isn’t expected to launch until fall, there’s a pretty good chance it would play host to the new platform.
There aren’t many rumors out there pointing to what new features, specifically, iOS 6 may bring to the table. But if Cupertino history repeats itself, there could be a lot of them. The introduction of iOS 5 unleashed 200 new tools for the iPhone, including the Notification Center and iMessage.