For all of you who thought that the WWDC event on Monday had the Apple representatives disclosed quite a lot about iOS 6 beta firmware, they are sadly mistaken. The launch of its new iOS 6 firmware did indeed officially commence the event, having the Apple representatives tell the audience about the new features and modifications in the preceding iOS versions. However, even after the WWDC ended, many of the developers have still been struggling to figure out the new features and modifications in the iOS 6 beta developer’s version. The secrecy that Apple is adding to all its upcoming hardware products, which includes the iOS 6 has been confirmed by the Unofficial Apple Weblog.
The Unofficial Apple Weblog, also known as the TUAW, is the website for all the tips, reviews, news analysis and opinions you would like to know about Apple and its products. TUAW has confirmed that Apple has added more secrecy to all its upcoming product services by presenting it as “unknown” in the USBDeviceConfiguration.plist.file, which is contained in the primary modifications in Apple’s iOS 6 beta 1 firmware.
In all the previous iOS versions, the USB Device Configuration.plist.file had references made as to all the Apple’s upcoming hardware. The Developers found it easy to retrieve such information, which aggravated all the speculations hovering over and above all Apple products. But not this time. Since the WWDC event ended, Apple seems to have increased its secrecy levels to keep the developers and hackers at bay. Having taken this approach, it will be interesting to watch how the speculators will react. Will the speculators of Apple products and hardware take this up as a challenge and take yet a different route to get closer to the facts? Like everything else, time is the answer to most of the questions. Let this one rest on the same indeed!
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