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Apple Worldwide Developers' Conference (WWDC) 2010

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This, is the moment all have been waiting for. Apple Worldwide Developers' Conference (WWDC) is currently going on and being reported live by various media live from California. For those who are unfamiliar with the WWDC but are aware of the the circulating rumors about iPhone 4 announcement to happen at the WWDC, here is the quick bite on what WWDC is-- a conference held by Apple to showcase new software and technologies for developers, not unlike the Intel Developers' Forum (IDF).

As perfectly speculated, Steve Jobs has indeed unveiled the latest iPhone 4 alongside other new applications such as a Netflix application, Farmville applications and Guitar Hero for the iTouch and the iPhone. There are several great blogs and online media currently reporting live from the WWDC 2010, and the comprehensive list worth stalking is as follows: Gizmodo, Engadget, Ars Technica and Technologizer. Stay tuned closely as Freshness will be updating WWDC 2010 as it goes on, and, if you are curious about the upcoming iPhone 4, be sure to keep an eye out on this window! via: Engadget