iPhone OS 3.0 Available on June 17th

In case you missed it, the iPhone 3.0 software will be available worldwide on June 17th (today for developers). It will be free for iPhone owners and $9.95 for Touch. There are also some new features unveiled at WWDC.

Whats new: MMS will be available from 29 carriers at launch, but it won't be coming to AT&T until "later this summer" (WEAK!), tethering is official for 22 carriers (no AT&T at launch naturally), Safari handles JavaScript 3x faster along with HTTP streaming audio & video, auto-fill, and HTML 5 support. There are also 30 languages total available in 3.0—including Hebrew, Arabic, Thai, Greek, and Korean.

iPhone OS 3.0 Available on June 17th

iPhone OS 3.0 Available on June 17th

iPhone OS 3.0 Available on June 17th

iPhone OS 3.0 Available on June 17th

There is also a new "Find My iPhone" feature that is available to MobileMe customers. It shows users where their lost iPhone is on a map. You can even send it a remote wipe command to protect your sensitive data in the event that it is stolen.

Naturally, there are also plenty of new apps on the horizon. Head on over to our WWDC 2009 iPhone app roundup to get all the details. [Giz Liveblog]