New York – The chairman and CEO of Apple, Tim Cook, is expected to unveil new software for the iPhone and Mac computers updated, in addition to providing details about the software for Mac coming when will kick off the conference of software developers, today.
On Friday the announcement of new software for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and was confirmed by banners unfurled at Moscone Conference Center in San Francisco, on which are inscribed “iOS 6″. It’s not a surprise.
Apple has previously used the occasion of the international conference of software developers to unveil new software for the iPhone.
Observers expect that the new iPhone, iPhone 5, is available to consumers this fall, about a year after launching the 4S model.
In 2010, Apple released its iPhone 4 as part of the world conference of software developers, but experts do not expect that the company unveils its next model this time.
Tim Cook, however, should make the announcement of new Macs. The company computers have not undergone a serious update for a year.