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Jobs, Apple execs to present WWDC keynote

updated 09:30 am EDT, Tue May 13, 2008

Jobs keynote at WWDC08

Apple has confirmed that CEO Steve Jobs, along with a "team of Apple executives," will deliver the keynote at this year's WWDC conference. The event is scheduled for 10AM Pacific time on June 9th, and will take place in the West wing of the Moscone Center in downtown San Francisco. Although details of the keynote have not been made official, Apple notes that it will focus on Mac OS X Leopard, and "OS X iPhone," as it is now branding the iPhone's firmware.

Jobs may also use the keynote to speak about the App Store and the final iPhone SDK, both of which are scheduled to debut sometime in June. A variety of analysts, meanwhile, have been predicting that Jobs will reveal the highly-anticipated 3G iPhone, which may include further enhancements such as GPS navigation and stereo Bluetooth. Such predictions have been bolstered by iPhone shortages, supply chain checks, and holiday restrictions imposed on AT&T employees.




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  1. testudo

    Joined: Dec 1969

    -9

    firmware?

    So does this mean the OS for the phone is stored in firmware, and not on the disk?

    And does this mean that Windows CE is going to be renamed Windows Zune soon?

  1. Roehlstation

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +5

    Firmware?

    Yes, it is, and no, it doesn't

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