Apple confirmed today that CEO Steve Jobs will deliver the WWDC keynote on Monday, June 7 where he is expected to introduce Apple’s next generation iPhone.
Apple will kick off its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) with a keynote address by CEO Steve Jobs on Monday, June 7 at 10:00 a.m. This year’s WWDC sold out in a record eight days to over 5,000 developers.
The five-day event running from June 7 to June 11, is focused on providing advanced content for skilled developers across five key technology tracks: Application Frameworks; Internet & Web; Graphics & Media; Developer Tools; and Core OS. Apple engineers will deliver over 100 solutions-oriented technical sessions and labs. WWDC 2010 gives an incredibly diverse community the opportunity to connect with thousands of fellow iPhone®, iPad™ and Mac® developers from around the world.
Jobs is widely expected to introduce Apple’s next-gen iPhone at the event, and in a recent email exchange, he promised that users will not be disappointed with Apple’s WWDC announcements. And seeing as how we’re already familiar with the iPhone 4G thanks to Gizmodo, we can only imagine that Apple has an Ace in the hole.
This year’s WWDC has a particularly strong focus on the iPhone OS, which naturally comes at the expense of the Mac. Addressing concerns from the Mac developer community that Apple was losing focus on the Mac, Jobs recently explained in an email that it’s “just the normal cycle of things” and that there should be no cause for concern.