Apple announces WWDC 2012, kicks off on June 11th
Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference will kick off on June 11th in San Francisco this year, and tickets are already on sale. WWDC 2012 is focused on Apple developers and will be held from June 11th to June 15th.
The developer’s conference will focus on iOS and OS X, and if we judge by last year’s agenda, there will be no hardware announcements, but we’re yet to see what Apple decides.
The price of a ticket to enter WWDC as a developer stands at $1,599, and you’d still need to pay for flights and accommodations separately, but judging by previous years interest, we wouldn’t be surprised if the tickets sell out in mere hours. Apple hiked the ticket price in 2010 after witnessing tremendous interest and sold out very quickly. Ticket sales are limited to one per person and five per organization.
WWDC 2012 will include more than 100 technical sessions by Apple engineers, and Apple will also throw hands-on labs, and some interesting keynotes for devs. One of the best things about the conference is that it brings together iOS and OS X programmers from around the world, so it should also be pretty fun. Hit the source link below to get your tickets while they're still available.