Apple is expected to unveil a new iPhone--unofficially called the 'iPhone HD' or 'iPhone 4G'--at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), which starts today, June 7.
For two years running, Apple has announced new iPhone models at its WWDC. An iPhone prototype leaked by Gizmodo has fueled rumors that the new 'iPhone HD' is on the horizon.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs will take the stage at 10AM PT for the WWDC 2010 keynote.
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We'll be hosting a live blog, along with breaking tweets from Apple news outlets and tech journalists, with the latest news from WWDC 2010.
If you can't wait for Apple's official announcement, check out leaked pictures reportedly of the iPhone HD here.
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