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Apple Sets WWDC Date, Next iPhone's Official Debut Widely Expected

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Posted April 28, 2010 - By pklepek

Apple Plans iPhone OS 4.0 Event For April 8

Apple has announced that their 2010 Worldwide Developer Conference will take place on June 7 in San Francisco. The event will run through June 11.

A certain tech blog may have already spilled the beans on Apple's plans for the next iPhone, but no doubt Apple has a few more tricks up its sleeves. Apple's annual Worldwide Developer Conference is likely where the company will choose to make those details finally official.

The new iPhone is expected to have a front-facing camera (rumored for video conferencing), a much improved battery, a higher-resolution back camera for improved photos and more.

WWDC 2010 will also present a better look at Apple's upcoming iPhone OS 4.0, scheduled for a release on iPhones sometime this summer, with an iPad update not arriving until the fall. The most applauded addition coming with iPhone OS 4.0 is the ability to multitask with applications.

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