All eyes will be on Moscone West on 7 June as the San Francisco venue hosts WWDC
The new iPhone 4G / HD looks likely to pack a super high-res screen although sadly won't be using OLED technology.
It's been a busy day for iPhone gossip, with the big news being a 'confirmation' that the iPhone 4G will be packing video chat capabilities.
It's official: Steve Jobs and his polo neck are confirmed to attend this year's WWDC, with the Apple head honcho noting that we "won't be disappointed" about what will be announced at the conference.
A recent iPhone 4G prototype has been torn apart and examined, with the details on the next iPhones specs leaking online this week.
It seems that the release of the iPhone OS 4.0 beta 3 SDK is throwing up all manner of surprises: the iPhone HD could capture video at 720p.
New features in the iPhone 4.0 SDK beta 3 have thrown up some interesting new features for the new version of Apple's mobile operating system.
Steve Jobs might be quaking on his aluminium unibody iThrone tonight as it appears the next iPhone to be released could be halted - by the law.
While this might be as reliable as hearing it from a bloke down the pub, rumours are appearing that Apple's new iPhone will be packing a 5MP camera.