Apple has historically delivered a new version of its mobile software with each new iPhone launch. Chances are, it will do the same this time around. There’s no word yet on what iOS 6 might boast, but a few design improvements and enhanced security are a safe bet.
When Apple launched Siri last year, the company made it clear that the service was still in beta and would be improved over time. When the iPhone 5 launches later this year, expect Apple CEO Tim Cook or one of his executives to talk up all the improvements in the virtual personal assistant.
As mentioned, Apple likes to take ideas from previous launches to apply to subsequent product unveilings. After the company announces the iPhone 5, we can expect to use that as inspiration for its future launches. Each Apple launch is a sign of things to come.