Every year Apple organizes the Worldwide Developers Conference, it brings together developers from all around the world, and showcases the improvements it has made in iOS and OS X software. Tickets for the conference are not exactly cheap, $1,599 a pop to be precise, but every year when the tickets go on sale, they quickly sell out. This year is no different, with WWDC 2013 tickets selling out in under three minutes.
Only yesterday Apple announced the confirmed dates for WWDC 2013 conference and also revealed that it will be focusing on iOS and OS X updates at the event. Back in 2011 it took nearly 12 hours for tickets to sell out. Last year all tickets were going in almost 2 hours. A new record has been set this year as all WWDC 2013 tickets have been scooped up in less than three minutes. Though the Worldwide Developers Conference 2013 runs from June 10th to June 14, on the first day Apple will make software related announcements which will offer us a glimpse of what the next major update of iOS and OS X will bring to the table.
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