Apple WWDC dates released; Will Steve Jobs be there?

Apple has released its dates for its annual worldwide developer's conference, slated for June 8-12 in San Francisco. Of course, the blogosphere is already buzzing about the conference as the forum to introduce a new iPhone and new Mac operating system, called Snow Leopard.

Apple has released its dates for its annual worldwide developer's conference, slated for June 8-12 in San Francisco. Of course, the blogosphere is already buzzing about the conference as the forum to introduce a new iPhone and new Mac operating system, called Snow Leopard.

But the bigger question, of course, is whether CEO Steve Jobs will be back on the job and ready to make those announcements. After all, his appearance at last year's WWDC - looking thin and frail - is what sparked the original inquiries about his medical condition.

In January, just days after Macworld, Jobs announced that he would take a medical leave of absence until the end of June. Assuming he's rested and feeling better, maybe the release of a new OS and new iPhone would be enough to convince to come back to work early.

We'll find out soon enough.

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