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Developers have been chomping at the bit wondering when Apple will announce its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, and now the wait is over -- but don't get out those credit cards quite yet.
Apple announced the dates for its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, which will take place from June 10 through 14 this year.
While the dates are confirmed, tickets for the five-day event are not quite available just yet -- that will go down tomorrow, April 25, starting at 10 a.m. PDT. Last year's even sold out within minutes, so developers will want to set their clocks mighty early if they want to grab 'em this year.
"Get an in-depth look at what’s next in iOS and OS X, and learn how to take your apps to the next level," Apple's developer page reads. "With over 100 sessions, extensive hands–on labs, and engaging events, you’ll connect with Apple engineers and fellow developers for an incredible week of inspiration."
WWDC 2013 tickets are priced at $1599 and limited to one per person or five per organization; while the same credit card can be used up to five times, each employee must sign in with their own Apple ID in order to purchase a ticket. You'll also need to be a member of Apple's iOS or Mac developer programs at the time of purchase.
The event will likely include a keynote giving iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users a first look at iOS 7, and presumably the next version of OS X as well.
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