Home > Wireless > Ars Spots iOS 6 in Its Logs Ars Spots iOS 6 in Its Logs David Adams 2012-03-03 Wireless 6 Comments Are employees at Apple already using the so-called iPad 3â€”possibly running iOS 6â€”to surf the Web ahead of its expected announcement on March 7? We’re not sure, but the Ars magic 8-ball says “signs point to yes.“ About The Author David Adams Follow me on Twitter @david_adams 6 Comments 2012-03-03 12:47 am ronaldst Next wednesday is going to be awesome. New UI revamp? New “Retina” iPads? And maybe new Apple TV/Gaming Console. 2012-03-03 1:30 am WorknMan Would they announce iOS6 at an iPad event? 2012-03-03 1:53 am darknexus Would they announce iOS6 at an iPad event? Not usually. new iOS major versions are usually announced during the summer at new iPhone events, though they might announce a new iPad-only revision of iOS 5 (we saw this with iOS 3.2 when the original iPad came out). I’m guessing this is either iOS 6 alpha testing or else user-agent spoofing. 2012-03-05 7:38 am spiderman These guys know how to market their products. They just give a user agent and it’s like an earthquake happened in California to the Internet. 2012-03-05 2:52 pm MrWeeble … if you’re like me and (if you were to work at Apple) would change your user-agent to something plausible and fan-boy baiting when browsing tech sites. I know I would 2012-03-05 5:51 pm MasterSplinter I just learned a new trick! Thanks!