Apple on June 8 is expected to unveil a next-generation iPhone and possibly provide a glimpse of long-absent chief executive Steve Jobs as it kicks off a software developers conference in San Francisco, AFP reports. The northern California maker of iPods, iPhones, and Macintosh computers has remained tight-lipped as usual about what announcements it has in store, but speculation and rumor are rampant. "My gut tells me we are going to see a next-generation iPhone and Snow Leopard be the two stars of the announcements," Gartner analyst Van Baker said, referring to Apple's smart phone and a new Mac operating...

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