Date: Monday, March 28th, 2011, 04:59
Category: iPad, iPhone, iPod, Rumor, Software
Even if you’re still trying to figure out if Apple’s iOS 4.3.1 update provided any meaningful fixes, there’s still iOS 5.0 on the horizon. Per TechCrunch, iOS 5.0 may not see the light of day until this fall, the rumor mill stating that Instead of Apple possibly unveiling the latest version this spring, we may not see an official preview until summer, possibly alongside WWDC.
The current rumors have presented the following details:
-iOS 5 will launch in the fall and will be a major revamp of the OS.
-It could well be previewed at WWDC, but won’t be released then.
-The iOS 5 launch may coincide with the release of the oft talked about iPad 3.
-The new iOS would be built heavily around the cloud, and could see the launching of several new services by Apple that would take advantage of this.
-One of those said services would be a “music locker” service, which would see the aim for a fall launch, which is usually when Apple hosts their music-themed event.
-Much of the cloud information would first be covered at WWDC.
-The new cloud service element would include a location service for finding friends and family members.
-Some of the new cloud features could also make their way into OS X Lion as well.
Still, it could be interesting stuff, even if the usual timeline is thrown off a bit.
Stay tuned to PowerPage and we’ll bring you additional information as it becomes available.