If there was any doubt before as to whether Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) would use its Worldwide Developers Conference to launch its latest iOS update, that’s been laid to rest by some photos from Moscone West, the event’s headquarters.
The photos clearly show iOS 6 banners being raised at the location that this week hosts WWDC 2012 in San Francisco. WWDC often plays hosts to some of Apple’s biggest software launches of the year.
While the launch of iOS 6 is all but certain, evidence of other new products has been less substantial. Leaked photos seem to indicate an updated MacBook line, but details on what to expect from the new notebooks have been more sketchy, with varying accounts and lukewarm evidence giving no definitive answer as to whether the computers will have the anticipated Retina Display or a redesigned chassis.
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We can thank 9to5Mac for the photo below, which finally gives watchers proof that Apple has something big on the very near horizon. But many of us will still be waiting to find out if the MacBook line gets the major refresh it needs, and some will be holding out hope for a less likely iPhone update at this week’s conference. Stay tuned to Wall St. Cheat Sheet for all the major Apple updates at WWDC.