There has been much speculation as to who will start the WWDC 2010 keynote on June 7, 2010, with most expecting Steve Jobs to start proceeding. Thankfully we can now tell you that the Apple CEO will kick off the Worldwide Developers Conference in a couple of weeks time.
Joshua Topolsky from Engadget reports that Apple confirmed this news in a press release, where we will see Apple talk about a range of their products. But it is only one product that we wish to know about, and that is if the iPhone 4G is real and what its official name will be.
We know that Jobs will talk about more new features from iPhone OS 4.0, which can be used on the 3G, 3GS and the fourth-generation iPhone. We wonder if Jobs will announce an update to its almost one-year old MacBook Air model?
Steve Jobs will start off by praising Apple and how wonderful their products are, then go on about profits and how many units of iPad’s they have sold. But we will be hanging on to every word just waiting for him to say the next iPhone. What do you expect from WWDC 2010?
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