iPhone 4G to Hit Stores During WWDC?

The next generation iPhone may be available for purchase during the World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) instead of several weeks after, according to Mashable sources.

They report that the date could be June 7th; which is likely the date of the WWDC keynote.

Over the last two years, Apple has revealed both the iPhone 3G and the iPhone 3GS at WWDC. However, the release of the actual iPhone hardware has traditionally come a few weeks after the announcement. Our sources say that Apple may break that tradition this year by shortening the timetable. An immediate release would also break another tradition: Apple fans camping out in front of Apple stores just so they can get their hands on the company’s newest product.

Its been rumored that Apple is trying to push up the timetable due to the leak of an iPhone 4G prototype which might cannibalize sales in May and June. The loss of sales seems a bit unlikely. Those who follow tech blogs and learned about the leak also know that Apple has released a new hardware revision of the device each June/July since its inception.

Mashable notes that even if Apple wants to launch the new iPhone on the same day as the keynote it may not happen due to hardware issues, software bugs, and supply chain scarcity.

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