iPhone 4G launch has been almost confirmed by Apple’s chief Steve Jobs himself, it will be most possibly unveiled at Apple’s annual WWDC (Worldwide Developer Conference) which will take place next month from June 7th to 11th, at the Moscone West Centre in San Francisco.
This was revealed through the emails which were personally responded by Steve Jobs to questions sent to his personal email over the weekend, the responses have many convinced that the iPhone 4G is set for launch at WWDC. An emailer from popular Apple coverage site Mac Rumours said to Jobs “I hope you have some good WWDC announcements to blow [Google] out of the water.” Jobs replied with a simple “You won’t be disappointed.”
The email sent by Bryan Webster was referring about the onslaught and continual march of Android, which has recently launched Android OS 2.2 also known as Froyo. According to many observers, the latest update could well be the tipping point OS for Google, which is fast becoming the iPhone’s biggest rival and have over taken Apple’s iPhone in sales in US during the first Quarter.