WWDC 2011: New iPhone 5 may not be shown by Steve Jobs, disappointed?

By Alan Ng - May 31, 2011

We know that some of you are still clinging on to the hope that a new iPhone will be shown at next week’s WWDC 2011 event in San Francisco, but Apple seemingly put it in black and white now that they have no plans to unveil a new device at the event – unless they are lying through their teeth of course!

As we told you in an earlier post related to live streaming of the event, Apple has just announced their schedule for the annual event, confirming that WWDC 2011 will showcase iOS 5 for the very first time, letting users see what interface changes and other improvements they have in store for iPhone, iPod and iPad owners.

But that’s not all. Their notes also confirmed that they will be unveiling iCloud to the world as well, which is their brand new cloud service, and also Mac OS X Lion – the followup operating system for Mac users after 10.6 Snow Lion. You can read their preview notes in full here, via RedmondPie.

So as you can see, no mention of any new hardware device. Do you think they are telling the truth, or do you think Steve Jobs and co will have a hardware surprise for everyone after all? Either way, it’s going to be an unmissable event, with or without a brand new iPhone. Let us know your thoughts on this.

Would you feel let down if there is no iPhone 5 at WWDC 2011?

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