According to GigaOm, Apple has confirmed Steve Jobs will be giving the Keynote presentation at WWDC 2011, despite being on limited duty during his third medical leave. For the last 3 years, Apple has introduced new iPhone hardware (from the iPhone 3G to last year's iPhone 4 at WWDC, however, unofficial word is that there'll be no new iPhone until the fall this year. Since, also unlike previous years, there was no iOS preview event this spring, an iOS 5 announcement and probable beta release will likely be our high point. (There will no doubt also be Mac OS X Lion news as well.)
iOS 5 is rumored to be a big update for Apple, everything from a new leap to the cloud to a substantial re-write, so it'll be great to see Steve Jobs doing what he does better than anyone else in the industry -- running the show.
What do you want to see?
Note: We can't find the official announcement they refer to... yet. Make of that what you will.
UPDATE: GigaOM seems to have the date wrong as well, June 7th was the 2010 keynote. [@BenjaminZEMayo] Could be a misfire on their part. Still looking into it.
UPDATE 2: GigaOm misfired. Apple hasn't yet announced the Keynote speaker for WWDC 2011. Likely a miscommunication based on last year's WWDC announcement. [The Loop(https://twitter.com/jdalrymple/status/73049530970550272)]