The iPhone 4.0 may have been well and truly outed already courtesy of one major leak, but we still don’t know when Apple will make it official. But Apple’s WWDC event for Mac and iPhone developers has just been announced, which gives us a very good idea as to when that might be. Grab your calendar and read on.
Apple has just confirmed that its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is going down from 7 to 11 June at the Moscone West centre in San Francisco, California. Plenty of sessions teaching coders how to craft perfect apps for the iPhone 4.0 OS, iPad and OS X for Mac are scheduled, but we have a feeling it might just be where Steve Jobs takes to the stage to unveil the iPhone 4.0.
How do we know? Apple chose WWDC 2009 for the unveiling of the iPhone 4.0′s predecessor, the iPhone 3GS. Apple’s senior VP of marketing, Phil Schiller, used the company’s keynote on Monday 8 June to whip it out, and now that Jobs is back at the helm, we’d expect him to pull out the iPhone 4.0 in just the same way, potentially on Monday 7 June 2010.
Of course, this isn’t confirmed, but there’s an awful lot we still don’t know about the software features of the iPhone 4.0. It’d be quite odd to charge developers for attendance, then not teach them about how to make use of that front facing camera clearly visible on the leaked iPhone 4.0 prototype…
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