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AppleInsider has information that the Moscone Center in San Francisco has a calendar listing for a "corporate event" from June 28, 2010 through July 2, 2010. And guess who has a three-year anniversary during that time frame? The original iPhone of course!
While this year's WWDC ran June 8 through June 12, in previous years the event has usually marked the introduction of new iPhone models. This June, the iPhone 3GS had been released by Apple.
The original iPhone was released on June 29, 2007, at that time with an exclusive contract with carrier AT&T. Of course, other rumors persist that this will no longer be the case next summer with Apple looking to expand to other carriers, despite AT&T's efforts to extend the contract.
Because of that, WWDC could also mean the announcement of a Verizon iPhone. But many still feel that Verizon has too many technical limitations and different corporate styles to be able to bring about a deal, despite Verizon reporting last week that their network could handle the added bandwidth.