Microsoft apologist John Boudreau on Apple’s WWDC:
Don’t expect a new iPhone.
Wait. It gets better. Microsoft puppet Rob Enderle on new iPhones at WWDC:
It appears the answer is no since they are signaling that not only will Jobs not be there, neither will the new phones.
Wait. There’s more. Dial-a-quote Tim Bajarin of Creative Strategies on a new iPhone or any new Apple hardware:
If people are expecting new hardware, there will be a letdown.
Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster on new hardware between the iPhone and MacBook line:
Such a product would fill the existing gap in Apple’s product line between the iPod touch and the MacBook.
Of course, the MacBook line has nearly disappeared, being moved into the MacBook Pro line, a new iPhone was introduced, and OS X Snow Leopard gets priced at a mere $29.
Finally, Needham & Company’s Charlie Wolf:
WWDC would be the ideal venue for launching (a new iPhone) because it probably has new features that developers can exploit.
Amazingly, that makes perfect sense. I hope he gets paid more than the other guys.