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Next-generation iPhone coming Monday?

On Monday, Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference will be taking place in California, and the company's CEO, Steve Jobs, is scheduled to speak.

Everybody is predicting that he will introduce to the world a fourth-generation iPhone, one that's got a new look and new hardware features, such as a front-facing camera for video-chat conversations. (PC World has its own prognostication list of Five Best Bets of news to come out of the conference.)

As you may know, the tech blog Gizmodo got hold of a lost iPhone prototype and dissected the thing for the world to see, which took some of the energy out of Apple's super-powerful marketing machine.

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The question now is: Can Mr. Jobs deliver a new iPhone that wows the crowd after consumers may have already sneaked a peek of it via Gizmodo?

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