iOS 6 and iPad with Retina Display resolution detected by Ars Technica

Ars Technica

Now that there are only a few days left until the event Ars Technica has observed how interesting data has appeared in the log files of its servers . On the one hand connections made by a device with a resolution of 2048×1536 (Retina Display), on the other hand a version of iOS 6 so far unseen, since the official one is 5.0.1 and the last one delivered to developers is 5.1. In addition, the IPs, according to a database, correspond to Apple’s offices in Cupertino.

iOS 6 and iPad with Retina Display resolution detected by Ars Technica
iOS 6 and iPad with Retina Display resolution detected by Ars Technica

With all this data, further speculation is generated about what we might see on the 7th. Obviously I don’t bet on the release of version 6 but I do think that we could see, as it has happened in the past with iOS or recently with OS X Mountain Lion, a preview of what will be the future new version. A version that for sure will improve the integration with iCloud, service that little by little is taking prominence, and will give us indications of what we will get to have in the Apple ecosystem. Maybe that streaming TV service they want to have available by the end of the year.

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