Cupertino based software and hardware company Apple has announced its Worldwide Developers Conference for June 6th, where the new iPhone handset might be unveiled.
Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2011 starts on June 6 in San Francisco, where the five-day conference is covering the future of iOS that includes new types of apps that developers can build using Apple’s advanced frameworks.
Apple has brought out a new iPhone every year at their WWDC event, since 2007. It is expected that 2011 will be no different, although no details have been made public as to the nature of what the mobile phone announcements could be at the developer’s conference.
The original iPhone was unveiled at the January Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in 2007, where the iPhone 3G 2008 was announced at the June WDDC event in 2008, whilst the iPhone 3Gs was made public at the Worldwide Developer’s Conference in June 2009 – with the iPhone 4 being unveiled at last year’s WWDC happening in June .
Apple’s WWDC 2011 will also include more than 100 technical sessions presented by Apple engineers on topics for developing, deploying and integrating with the latest iOS with over 1,000 Apple engineers providing developers with code-level assistance and insight into optimal development techniques.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com