WWDC 2010: Steve Jobs Will Deliver Keynote on June 7th

It doesn’t come as too much of a surprise as there have been rumours that Apple’s top guy Steve Jobs would make the keynote at this years Worldwide developers Conference on the 7th of June, and now that has apparently been confirmed.

According to an article over on Gizmodo at 10.00 AM on June 7th Apple CEO Steve Jobs will make the keynote address to kick off WWDC 2010, and event which sold out in 8 days and will house over 5,000 developers.

Not a great deal else in the release other than the usual guff that is associated with such a big event including 5 key tech tracks, Core OS, Developer Tools, Graphics & Media, Internet & Web, and Application Frameworks.

Obviously no mention of what has become undoubtedly the biggest attraction of this years WWDC, that being the possible launch of the much talked about and leaked iPhone 4G.

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