Apple Confirms Steve Jobs Keynote for WWDC 2010

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You might think that this year's Worldwide Developers Conference will be low on surprises, what with the whole iPhone prototype affair, but one thing you can count on? Steve Jobs taking the stage on to give his customary keynote.

Apple announced on Monday that the CEO will be kicking off WWDC 2010 on June 7, with a presentation at 10 a.m. Pacific time in San Francisco's Moscone West conference center. What he'll be talking about? The iPhone and iPad would be a pretty good guess. What he'll be wearing? Bet on the classic turtleneck, jeans, and sneakers. Will he mention the Mac? Well, that may have to wait until next year. Then again, maybe he'll just get up there to read a selection of his favorite e-mails from the last six months.

There was a time not so long ago when some thought the age of the Jobs keynote had faded into the sunset. It's good to see that the man is back with a vengeance. Don't forget to join Macworld for live blow-by-blow coverage of the Jobs keynote on Monday, June 7.

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