Fox News’ Clayton Morris tweeted today that he got word there will be two new iOS apps revealed today:
Just as a teaser, here are some things I expect today. Multiple sources tell me we’ll see at least two new native iOS apps from Apple.— Clayton Morris (@ClaytonMorris) June 11, 2012
We detailed one called Organize.app:
Get Organized… with an all-new app from Apple?
iOS 6 will likely feature everything we’ve reported thus far (above: Siri on iPad, a 3D Apple-based Maps application, and features from OS X Mountain Lion), but there has been one possible feature that we’ve been hearing whispers about, but not full, concrete details like we heard for other features. Apple is working on a new in-house application for iOS called “Organize,” but we’re not sure if Organize will be announced with iOS 6 at WWDC, or if it is a future App Store app from Apple, a future iOS enhancement, or something scrapped all together. The application is said to be a virtual pocket, and the app’s purpose is to be able to replicate a person’s pocket and store things such as coupons, travel information, credit card info and more. We speculate that Apple will be using the neat camera-based scanning software that we reported to be in development for the scanning in of business cards, receipts, and using that to provide virtual items that get used when shopping and travelling. We can’t help but think that this application will eventually tie into the rumored Apple wallet/NFC service at some point in the future.
So, what is the other app?
Dunno. It has to be a few surprises, no? He cannot be talking about Maps, right?