Apple CEO Steve Jobs will deliver the keynote presentation at the company’s annual World Wide Developers Conference on Monday, June 7. The company finally confirmed Mr. Jobs will speak at the event Monday morning, ending weeks of speculation.
WWDC is a once-a-year event where developers have an opportunity to learn more about developing for the Mac and iPhone, and can also meet Apple’s own developers face to face.
This year’s WWDC was announced surprisingly late, so it isn’t a big surprise that Apple waited until only about two weeks before the event to confirm that there would be a keynote presentation, and that Mr. Jobs would be the featured speaker.
The event falls at the early end of Apple’s typical window for introducing new iPhone models, which has led to speculation that the company will use the event to show off the fourth generation iPhone along with iPhone OS 4.
Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference is scheduled to run from June 7 through June 11 at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco. Mr. Jobs’s keynote presentation will be at 10AM pacific time on Monday, June 7.