Just when we'd all pretty much come to terms with Apple not announcing a new iPhone at WWDC, British technology blog ElectricPig has gone and got us wondering once more, with reports Apple's PR department are trying to get UK press to attend the event in San Francisco.
While WWDC is primarily a developers conference, it's one of the biggest events that Apple holds annually which is why they have always chosen it to announce all the iPhones. This year, however, report suggests that Apple will not be announcing iPhone 5 at WWDC, instead, they will keep WWDC software-only.
Apple has officially confirmed the schedule for WWDC 2011. It is going to be held from 6th to 10th of June – at Mascone Center in San Francisco. A lot of exciting things are on the horizon for this conference, including great opportunities for developers and hopefully the unveiling of the next iPhone, along with iOS 5, Mac OS X Lion.
TechCrunch writer MG Siegler today put together a post that could go some way to explaining why Apple didn't at least preview iOS 5 at its iPad 2 event as many of us thought they might. According to Siegler's sources, the next major release of Apple's mobile OS has been pushed back to a Fall release - and the cloud will feature heavily in this new version.
An Italian blog, Settib.it, reported that the Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, commonly abbreviated WWDC, will be hosted from 5th to 9th June.
Apple has posted a new job description for a software engineer position, who will be involved in a new revolutionary feature in a future version of Mac OS X. Apple is calling this new feature as something that has never been seen or done before and that it will truly amaze everyone. Here is the full job description in question.
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