Apple Reveals WWDC Plans; Keynote Set for Monday, June 9Wilson Rothman5/13/08 8:44amFiled to: AppleLeopardMacOs XWwdciPhonejobsnoteKeynotewwdc 2008wwdc0832EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkToday Apple revealed its plans for WWDC, confirming that the Jobsnote this year will take place 10AM PST on Monday, June 9, rather than the usual Tuesday. (No word as to whether the turtleneck will still be black, or if the 3G iPhone will actually be present.) The WWDC will of course have two separate tracks, one for iPhone and one for OS X. More info at Apple's WWDC website, or in the press release after the jump. UPDATE: Some things we tend to forget repeatedly around here—WWDC keynotes are always on Monday, Macworld Jobsnotes are the ones that are always on Tuesday. My bad!