Apple announced today that it’s going to be retailing tickets for its Worldwide Developer Conference 2013 from tomorrow at 10AM Pacific time, the equivalent of 6PM GMT over here in the UK. WWDC will be run from the 10th of June to the 14th of June in San Francisco – tickets are priced at the rather hefty sum of $1,599 and the eligibility rules require you to have been registered as an Apple Developer from before the announcement was made.
Your $1,599 gets you into various events, demonstrations and lectures, as well as what I presume will be an intensive look into the future of iOS and OSX, perhaps with a few pieces of hardware floating around also – the Macbook Pro with Retina Display was announced at this event last year.
If you’re an iOS or Mac developer and are looking to buy tickets, then you can find the WWDC site here. If not, don’t worry – it’s a bit early to say yet, but I would imagine that we will be running a liveblog for the keynote address (more on that as we get closer to the event).