May 19, 2012 06:10 PM EDT
With World Wide Developers Conference drawing nearer, rumors on Apple's upcoming products, with iPhone 5 leading the list, are swirling.
Scheduled between June 11 and 15 at San Francisco's Moscone Center, the conference has been known for launching Apple's newest products, software, and technologies.
There has been no official mention of Apple launching its next generation iPhone 5 in the conference so far. However, with speculations of iOS 6 getting a launch, there are slight possibilities that the unexpected may even happen with an iPhone 5 unveiling.
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With Samsung, the biggest threat to Apple in the Smartphone category, already announced its newest version Samsung Galaxy S3, the company will have to make sure iPhone 5 comes with innovative technologies and designs as already speculated and not disappoint its customers.
Speculations that iPhone 5 will debut with MacBook Pro and iOS 6 cannot be ruled out at this time. The MacBook Pro may have a more probable chance of making a show at the event.
"Rumors circulating around the web are pointing towards a MacBook Pro refresh, the release of OS X Mountain Lion and announcements surrounding the hotly anticipated release of iOS 6, Apple's reported next-generation mobile operating system," writes T3.
The new MacBook Pro will be sleek and thin for a 15 inch laptop. A lighter weight and list of new specs include Intel's new Ivy Bridge third generation chip, Retina Display, Flash Memory, HD display screen, extended battery life, and USB 3.0.
The new MacBook Pro will be .95 inch thick and is considered a hybrid of Apple's MacBook Air and MacBook Pro.
With discussions on the latest iOS in the conference, there are possibilities of the company launching its next major version of its Mac operating system, Mountain Lion.
"Mountain Lion is one of the highlights of WWDC 2012, and with the new operating system, Apple might announce the redesigned MacBook Pro that sports the MacBook Air-like design (with no optical drive) and will come with a new processor, a new iSight camera and might ship with 4G LTE support," as posted in PopHerald.
Technical sessions for developing, deploying and integrating the latest iOS and OS X technologies of Apple will be given out to developers at the conference along with keynote speeches on the company's future roadmap.
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