Steve Jobs confirmed as WWDC 2010 keynote speaker

Gerald Lynch Apple, iPad, iPhone, WWDC 2010 Leave a Comment

steve jobs front face thumb.jpgSteve Jobs has been confirmed by Apple as the keynote speaker at their annual WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) 2010 event in San Franscisco on June 7th.

That really isn’t much of a surprise, given that Jobs pops up every time there’s a new Apple product to launch. He was front and centre for the iPhone 3G reveal and earlier this year the iPad too, and with the iPhone 4G an almost dead cert to feature, who else would Apple choose to showcase their latest and greatest?

However, the whole buzz around the event is highly deflated this year, as a number of high-profile leaks have meant that the majority of the tech world already know most of what to expect from the iPhone 4G. While there’s always “just one more thing” up Jobs’ sleeve, it’ll have to be something pretty special to really crank up the interest this year.

WWDC 2010 will run for five days, kicking off on Monday June 7th and closing on June 11th. Keep your eyes glued to Tech Digest for all the latest news from the conference when it starts.

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By Gerald Lynch | May 24th, 2010