Following on from the recent release of iOS 4.3.1, speculation is already rife about when iOS 5 might be coming along. Well according to a report on TechCrunch, donâ€™t expect to be seeing the next big iOS update any time soon, certainly not before the Fall. However, it will be worth the wait, as it will be a major revamp. TechCrunch says that it has heard from two separate â€œsolidâ€ sources that although iOS 5 may well be previewed at Appleâ€™s forthcoming Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) at the Moscone West convention center from June 6-10, it will not be released until much later. They have also heard that it will introduce many new cloud-based services, and may well coincide with the launch of a third version of the iPad. Some of the rumoured cloud services to be incorporated in iOS 5 include a â€œmusic lockerâ€ service, and a location service similar to Latitude. According to TechCrunch, many of these new services will be unveiled for the first time at WWDC.
Source: TechCrunch iOS 5 Likely Pushed To The Fall After A Cloud Unveiling At WWDC