Apple iOS 5 and iCloud to be revealed in less than a week

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Apple’s iOS 5 operating system for iPhone will be revealed at an Apple event on Monday June 6.

Apple’s iOS 5 operating system for iPhone will be revealed at an Apple event on Monday 6 June.

The event, held at the beginning of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, will see Steve Jobs unveil iOS 5, Mac OS X Lion – the latest version of the operating system for Apple computers – and new service iCloud.

Speculation is rife about what Apple’s new cloud service iCloud will include, with some suggesting Apple will be getting into the music streaming business.

We’re still yet to hear any concrete facts about what might be included in iOS 5, with rumour-mongers suggesting a new notification system will be included alongside support for cloud sevices, better speech recognition and possibly even mobile payments using Near Field Communication (NFC) – although this is now looking less likely.

Either way, we’ll find out next Monday what’s in and what’s out so stay tuned – and if you’re still itching to find out more, check out our guide to the latest iPhone 5 rumours.

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