Eager to learn more about what Apple has in store for iOS (and whether or not iOS 5 will indeed arrive in the fall)? Well, boys and girls, you'd better mark June 6th-10th down on your calendar, because those are the dates when Apple will be holding its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco. Of course, if you'd rather be there in person for the show rather than follow along with the news on sites like this one, you can attend WWDC yourself for only $1599.
Although there's no mention of the next-gen iPhone in Apple's announcement of WWDC 2011, some have speculated that Apple could also reveal the device at WWDC like they've done several times in the past. Whatever goes down at WWDC this year, you can be sure that we'll bring it all to you live, so stay tuned.
UPDATE: Maybe Apple won't reveal the new iPhone at WWDC after all? According to sources speaking with Jim Dalrymple over at The Loop, there likely won't be any new hardware shown off at the developer-centric event. Dalrymple doesn't offer up any suggestions as to when we can expect to see a new iPhone.