iOS 6 Shows Up in App Usage Logs

As the Worldwide Developers Conference 2012 (WWDC) gets closer, more details regarding the rumored iOS 6 and updated iCloud continue to be leaked.

Apple is widely expected to give us a preview of the “future of iOS” next month at the keynote. 

So not surprisingly, a developer has noticed users running iOS 6 using their app in the usage logs. The developer observed the “iOS6” string when sorting through operating systems used with their application. Utilizing analytic software, the developer noted that users running iOS 6 began to use their app sometime this week.

9to5Mac spoke to other developers:

Other developers that we spoke to began seeing hits in late April. There is a good chance that this means Apple is amidst iOS 6 compatibility testing with higher-profile applications from the App Store. The process of next-generation versions of iOS appearing in developer usage logs occurred last year too.

According to rumors, Apple will add photo-sharing and video syncing feature along with web apps for Reminder and Notes to iCloud with iOS 6. It remains to be seen if the rumored new Maps application with an incredible 3D mode will be the highlight of the show or Apple will showcase it as a major feature when it launches the next generation iPhone later this year.

See also: What Features to Expect in iOS 6?