Sky Gamblers party mode, Infinity Blade Dungeons, Star Academy, Nike+ Training and more on the way to iPhone and iPad.
Apple is expected to unveil the iOS 6 software at its WWDC conference in June, and while proprietary maps, Siri APIs for developers and a revamped App Store have been rumoured, the exact details won't be known until the event.
However, Apple is showing off some of the apps that it expects to be big summer hits on its iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. The company's senior director of iPhone product marketing, Stan Ng, sat down with The Guardian this morning for an "iOS momentum" briefing.
The choice of apps offers some clues about Apple's priorities for its platform, and how it's positioning iOS against competition from Android in particular.
The figures are familiar from Apple's most recent quarterly financials call: more than 365m iOS devices shipped so far, more than 600,000 apps in its App Store, 25bn downloads so far and a current run-rate of 1bn a month.Read more »