By Todd Bernhard on Wed, 04/24/2013
Usually Apple announces its Worldwide Developers Conference ticket sale without warning— and sell out within an hour or so! But today Apple preannounced that tickets will go on sale worldwide beginning at 10 a.m. Pacific time, tomorrow, April 25. This should theoretically give everyone a chance to buy a ticket. I've been to the last two conferences, and it took quick fingers to get my tickets. Now, with advance warning, I hope Apple's servers are up to the task!
The conference will run June 10-14 in San Francisco. This is typical timing for Apple's WWDC event, and the Moscone Center showed no other event during that time. But given the rumors of Apple's delayed iPhone 5S (or iPhone 6), iPad mini with Retina Display, and iOS 7 in general, I was beginning to think Apple should let WWDC slip. But the company surely wants to leverage the gathering to discuss new API's in iOS 7, so we shall see!