Apple has confirmed the time and date for its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) keynote speech. It'll take place on June 8 at 10AM PST. Sadly, the keynote will not be delivered by Steve Jobs, as some people were hoping. Once again senior vice president Phil Schiller will be "the man" as Jobs continues his convalescence. The company's press release stated:
Many analysts suspect that Apple will unveil details on the next iPhone by the time WWDC rolls around.
Steve Jobs is one of the most captivating and interesting people in technology and consumer electronics. I hope he recovers quickly and is able to deliver Apple keynote speeches once again (no offense Phil!).
Are you disappointed that Jobs doesn't appear well enough to take the stage at WWDC? Do you think he'll ever lead an Apple keynote again?