Will Monday bring a new iPhone? All will be revealed at Steve Job's keynote this morning.
As the main attraction at the Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco, this presentation by the Apple CEO could introduce an iPhone 4G (fourth generation, not 4G mobile service) or an iPhone HD (as rumors suggested this weekend). Yet, really, who knows? The company has introduced new iPhones at the past two WWDC events, and several websites have stumbled upon images of possible prototypes. But Apple works in mysterious ways.
What is for sure: Jobs will kick things off at 10 a.m. Pacific time – 1 p.m. Eastern.
Apple has had a pretty good run lately. Its iPad tablet sold more than 2 million copies in less than two months. The iPhone OS 4.0 will arrive shortly, ushering in multitasking and folders. And the company recently surpassed Microsoft to become the most valuable tech business in the world – although the recent Dow roller-coaster ride could disrupt that title at any time.
As always, the keynote is only open to select media outlets. Good thing so many of the invitees liveblog. The Monitor will have plenty of coverage after the event. But if you need up-to-the-second news, check out The Apple Blog, MacWorld, MacRumors, Engadget, gdgt, and CNET. In the meantime, what do you think about the Justice Department looking into whether Apple is cheating?
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