Nothing gets Apple fanboys in a frenzy like vague announcements from the mothership. Apple delivered one today: The annual Apple Wordwide Developer's Conference -- often the stage for major iPhone announcements -- will be held June 6-10.
What does the future of iOS hold? Cloud integration, so you can store apps, music, files and more on Apple's servers, instead of on your phone? Near-field communications for improved payment system? Magical mind-reading software so you don't even have to type?
Apple's staying mum on the subject, as usual.
Barring any surprising leaks (another phone prototypes left behind at a bar, perhaps), you'll likely have to wait until June to find out.