Steve Jobs will present the WWDC keynote on June 7. It was always on the cards but Apple has now confirmed that the big boss will be in the driving seat for the presentation. Though there’s every chance of a few surprises (after all this morning’s Steve Jobs email promised we won’t be disappointed) but the one thing we’re sure to see is iPhone 4.0…
Phil Schiller unveiled the iPhone 3GS at last year’s WWDC but with Steve Jobs healthy once again and riding high on the success of the iPad, it’ll be the black polo-necked one pacing the stage at the Moscone West Center in San Francisco from 10am on June 7 (6pm British time).
Apple describes WWDC as a chance for developers to connect with other iPhone, iPad and Mac obsessives from around the world. But all eyes will be on the keynote and just what iPhone OS 4.0 and iPhone 4.0 add up to. We’ll have our peepers trained on the stage from the very start and will bring you all the updates.
Let us know what surprises you’re hoping for besides iPhone 4.0. Are there any must have features we’ve still not glimpsed? Will the much-predicted iPhone iChat capabilities be revealed? Are you hoping the white iPhone 4.0 is real?
Due June 7 | £TBC | Apple