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06/29/2010 05:12 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

Next iPhone Could Launch During Apple's Developer Conference In June

Apple's next-generation iPhone--unofficially dubbed the iPhone 4G or iPhone HD--may be unveiled as soon as this coming June.

Apple has frequently used its Wordwide Developers Conference (WWDC) to launch the latest product--the iPhone 3G and 3GS were both revealed at the conference--and sources "familiar with the situation" tell Mashable that Apple could put the next iPhone on sale during the upcoming Apple event.

Steve Jobs is expected to give the keynote at Apple's WWDC on June 7, which could be when the phone is revealed.

There have been some additional clues that Apple may unveil a new iPhone model this summer. AT&T reportedly blocked employees from taking vacations in June. "The vacation ban for the carrier's employees leading up to an iPhone launch has previously come up in 2007 and 2008," CNET notes.

Wondering what the next-generation iPhone will look like and what it will offer? Check out photos, video, and features of Apple's forthcoming phone, which were leaked by Gizmodo.