"The same thing we do every day. TRY TO TAKE OVER THE WORLD!!!"
At today's opening keynote (less than an hour away) at Apple's Worldwide Developer's Conference in San Francisco, CEO Steve Jobs is expected to announce details about the next version of the iPhone, which could be available by month's end. Among the anticipated new features (widely speculated over the last few months) are faster connectivity (over 3G networks), a GPS system, video conferencing and greater functionality with business e-mail--all at a price lower than the original iPhone. It's also expected to cure cancer, bring world peace and make a delicious creme brulee.
Tech sites Engadget and Gizmodo are providing live coverage of Jobs' keynote, which starts at 10:00 a.m. on the west coast.
What are your thoughts about the new iPhone? Do you want one? Do you care? If you're a current iPhone user, do you intend to upgrade? Is the iPhone the real deal, or just a lot of hype? Please discuss.