Apple Announces WWDC 2013 That Will Take Place This Summer

The well-known Apple WWDC 2013 event will take place in June. The Cupertino-based company has announced the exact dates for holding it and now offers tickets for this popular conference among developers. The iPhone maker promises to give the participants an in-depth look on what to expect in the next mobile operating system iOS and Mac platform OS X.

Where can you buy Apple WWDC 2013 tickets? When exactly is this event this year? Continue reading and you will know everything about it.

Apple WWDC 2013 Dates

This year the Worldwide Developers Conference is to be held in San Francisco on June 10-14. You should attend it if you are making iOS and OS X applications and games as Apple will share useful information on how to make your app simply incredible [the company will tell everything about all the innovative and useful features in the next operating system versions you will be the first one to know about]. Don’t forget that we will see release date of iPhone 5S and iOS 7. Well, there are rumors that it will be presented but not released.

You will have 5 days to attend over 100 technical sessions. Professional engineers who work for Apple will carry hands-on labs for devs to explain how the new-generation technologies can be integrated into apps and games for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Mac machines.

WWDC 2013 Tickets

The tickets are on sale starting at 10 a.m. Pacific / 1 p.m. Eastern time, April 25th. If you remember the experience from the last year, there were so many people who wished to attend this conference that all the tickets were sold out in about 2 hours after they went on sale.

Experts believe that this year it will be even worth as the demand is very high. More and more developers wish to get their hands on the innovative tools to make popular applications for modern devices.

The tickets for WWDC 2013 cost $1,599 and were available on [the official conference’s site is now live]. Are you ready to have some fun fighting for your chance to attend the Worldwide Developers Conference this year? Good luck!