As has become tradition, Apple will be holding their annual World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) in from June, this year from the 6th-10th, in San Fransisco. As was the case with the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4, Apple has used the opening keynote at WWDC to introduce new products. This year, we’re anticipating an announcement of the iPhone 5, which is likely to bring a larger 4″ Retina display and a dual-core A5 CPU with up to 1GB of RAM. We might also hear about iOS 5, which is due out later this year, probably will the release of the iPhone 5. We’re crossing our fingers that iOS 5 will bring a new, less obtrusive notification system, plus increased versatility to the homescreens.