Apple WWDC June 7; iPhone Announcement Too?

Apple today revealed that the company's World Wide Developers Conference will be taking place June 7 through June 11 at San Francisco’s Moscone West. The five-day conference will, for the first time ever, include iPad development sessions and hands-on working labs for iPhone OS 4, as well as Mac OS X.

Though Apple didn't mention anything about a Jobs Keynote, it's also possible the company will reveal the next generation iPhone at WWDC. The company last year introduced the iPhone 3GS at the conference so a lot of people will be looking to WWDC10 to see if Apple will reveal the not so secret iPhone 4G.

Read the full press release here.

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  • back_by_demand
    Didn't the next gen iPhone get revealed recently??? Shortly before the nazi stormtroopers burst down the doors of a well know tech website???
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  • back_by_demand
    Didn't the next gen iPhone get revealed recently??? Shortly before the nazi stormtroopers burst down the doors of a well know tech website???
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  • rebb
    Somehow I doubt we will see any eco-terrorists trying to blow this one up.
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  • tayb
    Looking forward to this. In the market for a new phone and the competition right now is great. OS 4.0 looked like a very nice improvement over 3.0 and I'm interested in seeing the new 4th Generation iPhone specific apps as well as the specifics on the hardware outside of the pictures Gizmodo posted. I know there has to be a new chat application to go along with that front facing camera. I'm intrigued.
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