We may not have to wait much longer for the next generation of iPhone to land.
If the last two years are any indication, when Apple CEO Steve Jobs takes the stage as the keynote speaker at the Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco at 10 AM(PDT)- 1 PM(EDT)- he will introduce the much-anticipated iPhone 4G to the world. Questions still remain over whether the new phone will be known as the iPhone 4G or the iPhone HD.
Either way, the new product is being presented as the next step in handheld communication. According to tech site NetworkWorld, the new iPhone will feature not only a high-resolution 960-by-480-pixel screen, but will also contain a front-facing video camera that will allow for mobile video communication.
AT&T's alteration of their data plans-from an unlimited $30-per-month plan to two plans based on individual data usage- is the tipping point that has convinced many that today is the day that the new iPhone will be released. Nothing is confirmed; however, the Huffington Post is updating live all day; you can follow that HERE.
As a longtime Verizon user, I've never used the iPhone personally, but with the recent data updates, alongside the new technology, the urge to switch is very strong. Will you be getting the new iPhone?