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Jun 5, 2009

Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference 2009

The Apple WWDC: For developers, it's another opportunity to join the thousands of application makers who want to be part of the Apple ecosystem. But for fans and customers, it's another opportunity for Apple to release some cool new toys.

Anticipation of a new iPhone is running high; the Wall Street Journal's Walt Mossberg virtually confirmed that he had one in his hot little hands. New rumored capabilities include video recording, uploading to YouTube, and movie downloads via Wi-Fi; plus improved battery life. ("Rumors roundup" image courtesy of TGRBlog.com; click to enlarge.)

It's been just about a year since the release of the iPhone 3G, which solved the problems associated with the first iPhone: namely, lack of a high-speed 3G connection. But as you'll note in our review, some of the first iPhone 3Gs were plagued with reception and delay problems.

Sascha Segan and I will be in San Francisco, huddled in line along with the rest of the Apple faithful. Sometime before 10 A.M. Pacific, 1 P.M. Eastern, we'll take our places in the Moscone Center auditorium, waiting for the next update to the iPhone, and possibly Apple's lineup of iPods as well. Join us then for our live blog of the event!
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