Apple just put up details about its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) on its site. Given the recent iPhone 4G leak and Apple’s usual timing when it comes to iPhone announcements, it’s very likely that Apple will officially announce the next version of iPhone at the conference, which is being held from June 7-11 in San Francisco.
Since the leaked prototype that ended up in the hands of tech blog Gizmodo is obviously very real, we don’t expect too many surprises. We expect the iPhone 4G (as it will likely be called) to feature a front camera, an upgraded back camera, improved display, microSIM support and metal details on the case. We don’t doubt, however, that a wave of rumors will precede the official announcements; after all, we’re talking about Apple, one of the most secretive companies in the world. You never know what it might have up its sleeve.