Apple to kick off developers' conference in less than 10 hours.
In less than 10 hours, Apple will kickstart their Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).
Here's what you can expect from Apple: new iPhone software, updated Mac computers and more details on future releases of Mac software, according to reports.
The unveilng of the new iPhone software, iOS 6, has been confirmed by banners, according to Instagram user Zac Altman's snapshots. He took snapshots of the banners at the Moscone conference centre in San Francisco.
But it is not known when iOS 6 will be launched or what new features it will provide.
However rumours are that Apple will ditch Google Maps for its own in-house maps system.
Also, Facebook may be integrated with the new iOS 6, much like Twitter, which will provide a much better Facebook experience in terms of updating Facebook statuses.
No news on the upcoming iPhone though but chances are that it will be released later this year (Q3) instead of at the WWDC.
And if you like more rumours, well, TechCrunch reported that the new iOS 6 could come with a silver interface rather than blue in order to provide a unifying experience.
In terms of software, Apple's Mountain Lion is expected to go on sale later this year. Most details on this new OS have already been demonstrated earlier.
There is also speculation about new Mac models (MacBook Pro and MacBook Air) that are slimmer. Reports point to new Intel processor chips with faster and less power-hungry features and that most of Apple's computers haven't had a major update in a year.