Confirmed: Apple to unveil iOS 6 at WWDC on Monday

Banners at the Moscone Center reveal Apple's hand ahead of keynote speech

It's official: We're less than 24 hours away from Apple's iOS 6 announcement. Banners at the Moscone Center in San Francisco have revealed the company's plans before Monday's keynote

There's no doubt that Apple was heavily odds-on to launch iOS 6 at WWDC tomorrow, but we've had confirmation from San Francisco that we will indeed get a peak of the next generation mobile OS.

T3's Matt Hill took a Sunday stroll to the Moscone Center where Apple will take the stage tomorrow for its traditional June keynote address and observed the banners you see above hanging from the ceiling.

Apple is usually pretty coy about taking the wrappers off the promotional materials, so would it be fair to assume that the heavily-tipped iOS 6 announcement could be a curtain raiser for one or two surprises?

We also know that the company will give us a full look at the completed Mac OS X Lion, which was announced later last year. It has also been rumoured that an SDK for the Apple TV platform may also be announced.

There's seems to be little credence to rumours that the company plans to launch the iPhone 5 at the eagerly-anticipated event. If the Apple does choose tomorrow to unveil its sixth smartphone, it would surely rank as one of the biggest surprises in its long keynote history.

We'll be covering the event live from San Francisco tomorrow. What else could Apple announce? Find out in our rumour round-up video below.