In the past, Apple has used WWDC to announce the latest iPhone models. It did it for the iPhone 3G, the 3GS and the 4. This year, however, looks to be be different.
A number of publications are reporting that the latest iPhone will not be launched at WWDC. According to The Loop's Jim Darlymple, his sources have told him to "expect a software show in 2011, not a hardware event." Tech Crunch's MG Siegler and All Things D are also reporting the same thing.
So when the iPhone 5 make an appearance? Engadget points out that new iPod models are traditionally released in September, in time for the Christmas season. With the iPod becoming less important to Apple, it makes sense for the iPhone to take its place.
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