“While others are making predictions for what will happen at Apple’s upcoming Worldwide Developer Conference, which kicks off on 8 June, I’m going to start out with two things which are almost certain not to happen,” Seb Janacek writes for Silicon.com.
“Firstly, Steve Jobs won’t take the stage… Secondly, we won’t see a Mac tablet device,” Janacek writes.
“It’s almost certain that Apple will announce new features and the launch date for Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard),” Janacek writes. “In addition, Apple will take the wraps off a few more iPhone 3.0 features and announce a specific launch date… Finally, the launch of the mobile phone software will probably coincide with the release of a new version of the iPhone… The most likely date for the release of the third-generation iPhone is the end of June or early July.”
Much more in the full article here.