It looks like Apple will announce its next iteration of iOS and OS X at its upcoming World Wide Developers Conference, which will kick off on June 2 in San Francisco.

The Cupertino giant has started to decorate its Moscone Center, the venue for the WWDC 2014. The banners show the '8' sign, which is more or less a confirmation that the company will be announcing the newest version of its iOS.

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We recently came across the alleged images of iOS 8, which looked a lot similar to the current version, featuring square icons with rounded edges. However, we will wait till Monday, to know what Jony Ive and his design team have done with the latest iteration of iOS.

The event will also see the unveiling of the latest version of the OS X - the Mac operating system.

We will be bringing you all the latest news from the developer's conference as they happen, so stay tuned. The keynote speech starts at 6PM London time on June 2.