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iPhone 5 may be unveiled on June 6 at WWDC11

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One of the most common questions we get here at Tech Guide is “when will the new iPhone be released?”

There’s a good chance the iPhone 5 will be unveiled on June 6 – the first day of Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference in San Francisco’s Moscone Centre.

The last three iPhones – iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 – were all revealed at WWDCs in 2008, 2009 and 2010 respectively.

So one would suspect that WWDC11will follow suit.

Considering Apple’s product cycle with iPhone comes around every July it would seem likely for an early June reveal and WWDC has always been an appropriate venue.

But reports from the US which have been posted on respected sites like Engadget and All Things D claim Apple may make no new hardware announcements at WWDC an, instead, focus on the software.

The Worldwide Developers Conference notification for the 2011 event

WWDC is the annual gathering of developers who create apps for the iPhone’s iOS operating system and Apple Mac OS X computer operating system.

The attraction of WWDC for developers is the rare opportunity to have access to more than 1000 Apple’s skilled engineers.

They will be on hand to conduct sessions on developing and deploying software that will run on Apple’s range of popular products including the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, MacBook laptops and iMac desktops.

WWDC is likely to see the first demonstration of the latest iOS 5 iPhone operating system and the latest developments with the Mac OS X’s latest version – Lion.