Steve Jobs Kicking Off WWDC June 7th

Tue, May 25, 2010

iPad, iPhone, Mobile

Apple just announced yesterday their grand plans for the 2010 World Wide Developers Conference next month. Leading the pack of announcements and appearances will be Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs in delivering his keynote address on June 7th.

Speculation and all of the information gathered so far suggests that Jobs will deliver the fourth generation iPhone at the event as well. Apple is touting this as their largest WWDC yet with the conference selling out in just eight days after registration opened.

This will be Jobs’ first WWDC since his medical problems in 2008/2009, when Tim Cook took over keynote duties at WWDC ’09. At that event, Cook announced the iPhone 3GS.

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