Apple’s Fortune: What to expect from Steve Jobs on June 9th

“Thursday was a red-letter day for 3G iPhone rumors. On Wall St., the ‘rumor of a rumor’ of an iPhone delay was enough to drive Apple (AAPL) share prices down about 5 points in midafternoon trading,” Philip Elmer-DeWitt blogs for Fortune. “Meanwhile, a dozen subway stops to the north, a line 60 customers deep had formed spontaneously outside the company’s flagship Fifth Avenue store. According to Engadget, at least some of the people in the queue thought the new iPhone had already arrived.”

Elmer-DeWitt writes, “So it was refreshing to receive a note to clients from Piper Jaffray’s Gene Munster on Friday morning with some sensible advice about what to expect when Steve Jobs takes the stage at Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference on June 9.”

According to Munster, look for:
• Next-gen iPhone
• iPhone 2.0 software
• Focus on Mac and iPhone integration
• New MacBooks

Elmer-DeWitt writes, “Munster believes that Apple is planning a worldwide release of the new phones in mid-June.”

More in the full article here.


  1. Ampar you must be physic… you could give John Edwards a run for his money…

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    Please folks remember that WWDC is a “developers” conference with two bridges this year… so there must be two presentations unless one is a bridge too far.

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  2. Apple could announce cordless AC/DC current on June 9th and
    the stock will still tank regardless.
    The pundits already have a basket of multiple negative headlines to choose from…no iChat, no internal GPS, no 3g in North Dakota, no replaceable battery, no back scratcher, nose and bellybutton picker, no colors, etc…

  3. Aaarrrggghhh!!! I can’t stand all this waiting, been waiting since the iPhone first came out. Start selling it worldwide already will you Steve? I got some cash waiting here to exchange for my very own iPhone! ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”grin” style=”border:0;” />

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