As you may be aware, every year Apple holds a Worldwide Developers Conference, commonly known as the WWDC. This is a time when Apple usually makes big announcements regarding software, or, more recently, the iPhone and iPod touch. Well, the Cupertino based company has just unveiled the date for the WWDC this year: June 8 to June 12.
Last year, you may remember the iPhone 3G being released at the WWDC; that is part of the reason many have high hopes for a new iteration of Apple's iPhone this year. That, and the fact that the iPhone 3.0 software was recently announced. However, expect big things in terms of Mac OS X, as well. It's no secret that the upcoming Snow Leopard operating system is going to be released sometime this year, and WWDC seems like the perfect place to do it.
If you can't make it to the conference (and let's face it, we don't expect you to be able to) then be sure to follow Neowin throughout its entirety, as well as checking out Apple's page afterwards to catch a stream of the keynote.
For those interested in reading the official announcement, head over to the Apple Developer page.