Today at 6pm UK time, Apple is expected to announce a new iPhone during the keynote speech at its Worldwide Developers Conference. We’ll bring you official news as soon as it’s available – but if you’d like up-to-the-minute reports from the event itself, here are a few sources.
Scott Kleinberg, who blogs about iPhone news for the Chicago Tribune’s RedEye, will be publishing real-time updates on Twitter. MacRumors.com has its own live coverage website, while TechCrunch.com will also be publishing live updates.
Rumours about device specifications seem to be slowing down – faster processor, better camera, brighter display, more memory and video recording seem to be par for the course – but the name is still puzzling some commentators. Will it be the iPhone Video, the iPhone Pro or the iPhone 3GS?
We’ll all find out soon enough. And there’ll be in-depth analysis of the news in this week’s podcast on Wednesday.