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HOLY SHIT, THERE’S GOING TO BE A WWDC NEXT YEAR!

My Depends are at DEFCON 1, people, because there’s big news for Apple: Engadget’s reporting that Apple’s reserved June 28 to July 2 in the Moscone Center for a “Corporate Event.”

You know what this means, right? There’s going to be another WWDC! The annual developers event that Apple’s held 16 times since 1993 is happening again. How revolutionary! This is huge, because until now we didn’t know if Apple would continue their longstanding tradition of letting their developer community know what’s coming up so they can efficiently and effectively build for the platform. Can you believe it?

Also, there’s talk that my close personal friend Steve Jobs might be involved with the event. Visionary! He might even deliver a keynote! That’s amazing! Also — and I don’t want to get your hopes up, here, I wouldn’t want to make you cry in your little “I’m a professional journalist” mugs your mommy bought you when you started your blog — Steve might talk about the next iPhone! You know what that means, don’t you? There might be another iPhone! Totally unexpected!

This is truly a titanic day, people; who’d have thought that the nearly 20-year history of Apple holding developer events would continue, that the CEO of the company would be involved, and that the most amazing, fastest-selling consumer electronics product in history would get another version?

How does Steve manage to keep surprising us like this?

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