Apple today announced the dates for this years Worldwide Developers Conference 2010 WWDC, which for the last two years running has been used to also announce the latest iPhone hardware, including last years launch of the iPhone 3GS.
This year the Apple WWDC will take place at the Moscone Center in San Francisco from the 7th – 11th June, with the world expecting Steve Jobs to get on stage announcing the next generation iPhone 4, especially following recent stories around iPhone 4.0 OS release, also to coincide with the WWDC, and of course the now famous iPhone 4 prototype that got lost at a bar by an Apple worker. You can follow all the rumours here around the 4th generation iPhone 4.
Computerworld are speculating in a release of the iPhone 4 / 4G, which has also been referred to as iPhone HD, to happen on the 18th June. The iPhone 3GS was officially launched on the 19th June last year.
So far there is little information in the program around a possible launch, but then again Apple keeps these cards very close to their chest. However there are lots of sessions in the programme around the new features of iPhone 4 OS, such as the multitasking and the integration with the new calendar. There will also be plenty of opportunities for developers attending the 2010 WWDC to further familiarize themselves with cross platform development for iPhone and iPad, and more information around what Apple sees as the future of development, HTML5.
We will be back with more information as more the event draws closer.