San Francisco’s Moscone West convention center has been booked from June 28 to July 2, under the vague-sounding slot called "Corporate Event."
Apple watchers know that June has typically been the month of iPhone announcements, and since the company’s had its WorldWide Developers Conference every June at Moscone West over the last few years, you’ve got to know that this is setting some tongues wagging.
The original iPhone debuted at WWDC in June 2007, with the next two models each year at the same event on the same month: the iPhone 3G in 2008 and the 3GS in 2009. Given that the pundits are expecting a big refresh this year — not just a minor upgrade — and the June tradition looking good for 2010, it seems some excitement may be heading our way this summer. Since it seems that Apple’s sticking to its typical schedule, can we also look forward to an iPhone SDK event in March as well? Man, I hope so.
iPhone 4.0 — It’s kind of amazing that so few words could hold so much potential excitement.