Apple Announces WWDC 2009 Dates: iPhone OS 3.0 Final Release

According to a report from techtree, Apple has announced the dates for the Worldwide Developers Conference 2009 and will take place from the 8th of June to the 12th of June and be held at the Moscone Centre, West San Francisco.

It is assumed that at this year’s WWDC, Apple will focus on their upcoming Apple iPhone OS 3.0 and Mac OS X Snow Leopard. With WWDC being held in early June it is unlikely an appearance will be made by Steve Jobs.

So, it now looks like we’ll be getting to grips with iPhone OS 3.0 as a final release update for the Apple iPhone 3G and Apple iPhone Touch. Other whispers say we may get to hear about Apple’s netbook, and who knows, maybe some word on those new iPhones, but that is only speculation at present.

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