Today is the big day. At 1 PM EST, Apple will kick off its 2010 Worldwide Developers Conference and presumably announce the next generation iPhone. Apple has announced a new iPhone in June during all past WWDC conferences since 2007, so there is no reason to believe they won’t do the same this year.
Steve Jobs may reveal news about all kinds of new Apple developments, but I’ll be covering mainly the iPhone-related topics. To keep up with iPhone-specific news on today’s WWDC event, be sure to bookmark this page.
I’m not at the conference myself but I am going to be obsessively following updates from various sources and will be posting them here and on Twitter.
iPhone Updates from WWDC 2010
7:47 AM: It will be another five hours or so before the conference begins, but the rumors are starting to pile up. I have my own hunch that Apple will reveal an iPhone completely different from the one that was leaked.
7:55 AM: A purported promotional poster is circulating through Twitter, claiming the next iPhone is called the “iPhone HD,” but I think the image is a fake.
Photos from Engadget:
iPhone 4: New Features
- 1/4 thinner
- MicroSIM card slot on the side
- 960 x 640 pixel display (4 times more)
- 5 megapixel camera
- Front facing camera
- LED flash
- A4 processor (same as iPad)
- HD video recording
- Video editing capabilities, i.e. iMovie for iPhone
- Video chatting, i.e. FaceTime
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More updates on iPhone 4 via Engadget.