Apple just put up details about this year’s World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC 2010) on their site, and as suspected the dates are early — June 7-11 at the traditional Moscone West venue in San Francisco.
The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is the premier technical conference for developers innovating with Apple technologies. Over 1,000 Apple engineers will be at Moscone West to present advanced coding and development techniques that will show you how to enhance the capabilities of your applications with the revolutionary technologies in iPhone OS and Mac OS X.
Given the recent iPhone 4G leak and Apple’s usual timing when it comes to iPhone announcements, it’s very likely that Apple will officially announce the next generation of the iPhone at the conference.
For the last two years, Apple has also used the even to debut new iPhone hardware and release dates, with the iPhone 3GS in 2009 and iPhone 3G in 2008. The iPhone 2G was announced at Macworld in 2008, but its release date was made public at WWDC as well.
Since the leaked iPhone 4g prototype that ended up in the hands of technology blog Gizmodo was obviously very real, we as Mashable.com don’t expect too many surprises.
While the iPhone has only been part of WWDC for the last 3 years, “given the app-centric nature of the artwork its fair to say it’ll be given the lion’s share of attention this year,” the iPhoneBlog reports. [Apple via TheiPhoneBlog]