Apple issued a press release this morning officially announcing that Steve Jobs will deliver the WWDC keynote on June 7th. The sold-out event will take place in San Francisco at the Moscone Center's West building, and Jobs will kick things off at 10:00 AM Pacific. Of course, we'll have plenty of coverage, so be sure to check back.
The question is: What's left for Steve to announce? Gizmodo and Tinhte have probably exposed the new iPhone, though we still haven't seen the final version of iPhone OS 4 up and running. Plus, there are suggestions that the casing Gizmodo showed off wasn't final (you'll notice that the prototype in Vietnam had fewer visible screws).
Of course, it's not entirely about the iPhone. Here are my predictions of what we'll see from Steve at WWDC '10:
- iPhone 4th Generation with new A4 processor, more RAM, possibly more storage space and an improved, front-facing camera plus iChat. Tethering via AT&T will be Steve's "One more thing." Release date announced for the end of July.
- iPhone OS 4 release date announced for the end of July.
- iTunes 9.2
- Updated Mac Pro systems (long overdue).
- Mac OS X 10.7 Preview.