“Two or three times a year, Steven P. Jobs, Apple’s chief executive, dons his classic black turtleneck, blue jeans and grey New Balance sneakers, and presents new or updated products that start with an i,” Nick Bilton reports for The New York Times.
“According to a Monday press release from Apple, Mr. Jobs plans to stick with the same tradition on June 7, delivering the keynote address at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco,” Bilton reports. “But this year, some of the secrets have already been revealed and it’s going to be interesting to see how Mr. Jobs can still wow his audience when many images and specifications of what is believed to be the next generation iPhone have already surfaced online.”
Bilton reports, “From all the leaks, we anticipate the next iPhone will have better reception because of its glass back, a higher resolution camera and possibly a flash, a front-facing camera that will presumably be used for video conferencing on the phone and longer battery life. What’s left to talk about?”
Bilton reports, “Judging from Mr. Jobs’s e-mail exchanges with the public, however, he doesn’t seem worried… Mr. Jobs response to questions about Android and the Apple developer’s conference: ‘You won’t be disappointed.'”
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Jai G.” for the heads up.]