Steve Jobs, the Co-founder, Chairman, and CEO of Apple Inc., is expected to reveal several new products during the opening day of WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) 2008 today.
Commonly abbreviated WWDC, the Worldwide Developers Conference is actually the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, which is annually organized by Apple Inc. in California. WWDC 2008, which begins today, will take place from June 9 to June 13 at Moscone West, San Francisco.
According to reports from Moscone West, San Francisco, there are speculations about 3G iPhone, a new operating system, new iPods, a UMPC/MID, and possibly new displays. Some of the major attractions could be iPod Touch, the stable version of the iPhone SDK, a 3G version of the iPhone, version 2.0 of the iPhone OS, Mac OS X 10.6, and a .Mac overhaul.
The buzz surrounding the 3G iPhone is phenomenal. Apple hasn’t said a word about such a device, but virtually everyone expects this device to be announced. 3G support for UMTS/HSPA technologies will take the iPhone into the broadband age and outperform EDGE. 3G networks have been widely available in Europe and Asia while in the U.S. Smaller, lighter and cheaper version of the iPhone, New iPhone Nano, with some features lacking, such as the video camera is also expected.