Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2013) will start on the 10th of June and will continue till the 14th of June.

Apple has officially announced the dates for the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2013). The event will be held in the month of June. It starts on the 10th of June and goes all the way till the 14th of June. The event will focus on iOS and Mac OS X and we also expect a lot of new hardware and software to be unveiled at the event.

Get ready for a new revolution, get ready for change, get ready for the new Apple! The event that every Apple developer and enthusiast has been waiting for is finally here – the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2013). And if you are planning to buy tickets for the event, then I am sorry to inform you that you cannot, because the tickets have already been sold out.

Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing, Philip Schiller said: “We look forward to gathering at WWDC 2013 with the incredible community of iOS and OS X developers. We can’t wait to get new versions of iOS and OS X into their hands at WWDC.” I am sure that every developer attending the event will be like a kid on Christmas, waiting for his life to change.

As mentioned earlier, this year Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference will start on the 10th of June and will continue till the 14th of June. The event will take place at San Francisco’s Moscone West. Apple pre-announced the conference and started selling tickets on Thursday at 10 AM PT. Each ticket was priced at $1,599 but there were some limitations on how many tickets one could buy.

Tickets were limited to just one per person, and five per organization, and were tracked by individual Apple IDs. In the previous year, tickets for the WWDC event were sold out in less than two hours! If you feel that was fast, then you will be blown away when I tell you that this year ‘all the tickets were sold out in less than two minutes!’

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So if you thought Apple was losing its edge, you better re-consider your thoughts. Even if we assume that there were about 5,000 tickets sold this year, it means that Apple made $8 million in less than two minutes!

So it seems that everyone is extremely excited about the WWDC and we also cannot wait for the event to unfold. It is really going to be difficult to wait for a month and a half, if only there was time machine using which we could just fast forward to June 10th, 2013. Be sure to check out the event, you definitely will not want to miss this!

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