Apple teases WWDC 2012 with iOS6 banner (picture)

Our roving photographer spotted banners for Apple's next-generation operating system being installed at San Francisco's Moscone Center.

Something on tap for next week? James Martin/CNET

Apple is famously secret for not offering much advance notice about upcoming product or technology announcements. But the iOS6 banner that workmen installed inside the Moscone Center, the San Francisco venue for Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference that starts next week, left little doubt that more than passing reference will be made to the next-generation operating system for the iPhone and iPad. Let your best guesses fly.

CNET will have wall-to-wall coverage of Apple's big shindig, which lasts throughout the next week. Monday's keynote starts at 10 a.m. Pacific. And you'll be able to follow along with our live blog. Our live blog coverage kicks off at 8 a.m. Pacific. We've also made a handy reminder to add to your calendar.

You can check out more setup pictures in the following slideshow:

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