Steve Jobs will be kicking off WWDC 2010 with Apple's keynote speech

Steve Jobs will be kicking off WWDC 2010 with Apple's keynote speech
With 2 weeks left until WWDC 2010 is expected to happen, Apple has naturally announced today that their main man, Steve Jobs, will be jump starting things off with a keynote speech lined up on June 7 at 9:00 AM PT. There surely will be plenty of people around the industry awaiting to see what he has to say and what else new is expected to be revealed about the upcoming next generation iPhone. We'll even get to witness how Apple will approach the event with its pride & joy after the numerous bombshell leaks have somewhat given people a tasting of what to expect. Nonetheless, it should prove to be something truly worthwhile as the entire industry is still wondering what else Steve Jobs has under his sleeves. It's quite worth mentioning that the World Wide Developers Conference 2010 was sold out in a record breaking mark of only 8 days – so it's surely to be one packed crowd for the event.

via TiPB


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