Here we are, talking about Apple iOS 5 just when iOS 4.3 was sent out to your iPads and iPhones. But what we are sharing here is some not so great news - seems like iOS 5 won't be making its usual debut at Apple's annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC). Traditionally, Apple uses WWDC to make its major software announcements, such as Mac OS X and a new iPhone that accompanies an improved iOS version.
GSM Arena - The iOS 5 is likely to be released in the fall instead this June at the WWDC. There are a few reasons to believe so and the first one is we heard nothing about a new iOS version around the iPad 2 announcement.
For now, various sources have pointed at a fall release for iOS 5, which would put it further than June's WWDC. While there's no iOS 5 to glance at, chances of the new iPhone popping up at WWDC remains high.
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