Steve Jobs to Keynote WWDC 2011

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(]