Will Apple's new iPhone be unveiled at WWDC 2010?
That's the question the tech world is asking in the hours before Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) kicks off.
Steve Jobs is set to take the stage at 10AM PT (1PM ET) for the WWDC 2010 keynote. Apple has unveiled a new iPhone at WWDC for the past two years running, and many expect this year's conference will be no exception--especially given the multiple 'iPhone 4G' prototypes leaked by tech blogs in recent months (see here, here, and here.)
Even if you can't make it to WWDC 2010, you can still follow Apple conference live and get the latest news on the new iPhone.
We'll be hosting a live blog, along with breaking tweets from tech blogs and bloggers, here.
Wondering what to expect from the new iPhone? Check out our guide to 'iPhone 4G' rumors.
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