Apple's updated iCloud website suggests the next iteration of its iOS operating system will be unveiled at Apple's WWDC event on June 16th.
References to an iOS 6 beta have appeared in Apple's recently updated iCloud beta website, according to 9to5mac, suggesting that an updated iCloud service and iOS 6 will be revealed next month.
beta.icloud.com is up and down at the time of writing, but a new icon grid shows icons for Reminders and Notes applications – backup support for which we can expect to see in the iCloud update.
Apple's iPhone 5 is also expected to make its debut at the Worlwide Developer Conference next month, after Apple supplier Pegatron revealed it had received orders for the smartphone, which is set to go on sale in September.
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