Apple’s WWDC 2010 Date: iPhone 4G and New OS X?

By Peter Chubb - Apr 28, 2010

We now have conformation as to the date of Apple’s WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) 2010 date, which is June 7th. This is earlier than first thought and could be when Steve Jobs announces the launch of the iPhone 4G and a new OS X during his keynote.

We all know how much we speculate about these things, but it was during last years WWDC when Apple announced the current iPhone 3GS, so why should this year be any different? Apple could have more products up its sleeve, such as a new MacBook Air or more details on iPhone OS 4.0.

The event will run from June 7 through to June 11 with a number of workshops taking place for the upcoming iPhone OS 4.0 and the Mac OS X. There will even be an iPad development session – which as we know will be the first of its kind.

We will all be sitting by our computers on June 7th to see if Jobs does show of the new iPhone 4G, and If it looks anything like the stolen prototype that appeared on Gizmodo.

Source – Engadget

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