According to latest rumours, Apple’s upcoming World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) could witness an official announcement on the iPhone 5.
The rumours surfaced following a tweet from Charlie Brown, the technology editor of Channel 9, claiming that he had received an invitation from Apple to attend the WWDS in San Francisco next month.
Brown’s tweet was immediately greeted back by multiple replies from fans, and the thread eventually ended up creating quite a buzz about an official announcement on the iPhone5 at the event itself.
Brown’s original tweet, before it was finally removed, stated, “I think something big will be announced on June 6th in San Fran, by #Apple. I have just been invited to attend the event." as reported by CNET (opens in new tab).
It has been a while now since there were a fair bit of speculations going about Apple not coming with the iPhone5 at this year’s WWDC. The speculations eventually led to a gloomy scenario for those faithful to Apple, who hardly can remain content without hearing a word or two about next generation iPhone models at the annual gathering of developers itself.
Apparently, Apple is itself to be blamed for these high expectations from fans, especially after having unveiled all of the previous iPhone models at the conference.
These rumours, though not confirmed yet, are indeed acting as silver linings amongst sad-faced Apple fans who desperately want to see the next avatar of the iPhone as soon as possible, no matter what.