AppleBitch was first to spot that Apple’s annual WWDC will likely be held on June 5-9th this year and is marked by the typical ‘Corporate Meeting’ placeholder.   They note that no other time in the schedule would fit Apple’s usual parameters.

WWDC is traditionally when Apple announces new iPhones as well as releases final major versions of the iOS software.  Setteb.it notes that June 6th would be a likely day for a Keynote.  Though Steve Jobs presence is in question, the timeframe of these announcements shouldn’t be. (via Setteb.it)

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