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Will Microsoft Join the iPhone Party at WWDC?

Apple and Microsoft go back just about as far as the very first personal computers. But the companies have had a love/hate relationship over the past few decades, supporting each other in some areas, but competing strongly in others.

Now with Apple riding high on the phenomenal success of the iPhone and iPad, EnterpriseMobileToday reports that Microsoft may be looking to get more involved with Apple's line of devices.


It's not uncommon for Apple CEO Steve Jobs to come out with a major surprise or two at the company's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).

Due to a lost prototype that was examined by gadget site Gizmodo, Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL) Jobs lost a lot of the surprise value of what's expected to be the unveiling of the iPhone 4G at next week's WWDC.

But don't be surprised if Apple's CEO still has a few tricks up his sleeve even though some rumors have already been shot down.

Read the full story at EnterpriseMobileToday:
Microsoft Seen Heating Up iPhone Efforts at WWDC