Apple’s WWDC set for June 7th, cue the iPhone 4G?


Following the surprise revealing of an iPhone 4G prototype last week, one of the questions on everyone's minds has been when we can expect the official unveiling from Apple. The previous rumors of sometime in June now seem very likely, with the company confirming that the Apple World Wide Developers Conference 2010 will commence on the 7th of June in the Moscone Center in San Francisco.

Keeping in mind that Apple launched the iPhone 3GS at the WWDC on June 8th last year gives a strong indication that it may choose to use the occasion this year to usher in the next-generation device too. The fact that this year's conference also has a strong focus on the upcoming iPhone OS 4, which the iPhone 4G will certainly ship with, is another big clue.

Whether the next-gen iPhone is unveiled at the WWDC or not, the other big questions remaining are how different the final product will be compared to the prototype that so many have now seen, what the final specifications are, and what the official name is (current rumors are circling around iPhone 4G and iPhone HD). Do you think Apple will show its cards on the 7th?

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Jeremy To

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