Apple has announced the dates of its annual Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, as speculation continues to mount that a third version of the iPhone will be announced at the event.
The conference, scheduled for June 8-12 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, was the setting for the introduction of the last iPhone last summer. According to Reuters, the event will be focused on both the recently announced iPhone 3.0 software, as well as the forthcoming Snow Leopard software.
Apple has not yet said whether CEO Steve Jobs will appear at the event. Jobs' medical leave of absence is scheduled to last through the end of June.