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  • Apple expected to release new iPhone in June

    Apple on Wednesday announced the dates of its Worldwide Developers Conference, where the company is expected to introduce a new iPhone (even though tech blog Gizmodo may have spoiled the surprise).

    Taking place June 7 to June 11 at San Francisco's Moscone West, the five-day conference includes hands-on sessions for software developers to become familiar with iPhone OS 4 and Mac OS X.

    In previous WWDC events, Apple has announced new products during a keynote presentation that kicks off the conference.
    Apple has announced new iPhones during both WWDC 2008 and WWDC 2009, so we expect the introduction of a fourth-generation iPhone. Because the conference is software-centric, we can also expect more details about the next iPhone operating system, iPhone OS 4, which was previewed in early April.

    Read more on CNN
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