Leave it to Apple — or at least Apple fans — to keep the conversation focused on everyone’s favorite Cupertino monolith: now that the hype has crested for the iPad, iPhone OS 4, and the new MacBook Pros, all eyes turn to the iPhone 4G, the prospectively-named next generation of iPhone. The latest rumor says that it’ll be unveiled on June 22nd.
Why? Because according to ModMyi, Apple has booked the Yerba Buena Center for Arts on the 22nd, and the YBCA is right around the corner from the Moscone Center, where Apple has unveiled its past three iPhones during the Worldwide Developers Conference.
As Gizmodo notes, this is a lot later in the month than the past two iPhone reveals; moreover, there’ll still likely be a lag of at least a few weeks between whatever announcement occurs and the date consumers can buy fourth-gen iPhones.