For those still unaware, Apple has confirmed this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) for June 10-14th this year. Although it's unlikely we'll see the new iPhone, we'll more than likely get a sneak peak at iOS 7, and possibly even see the refresh of the OS X, as the company has indicated that developers in attendance will see new versions of both OS X and iOS.
If we look years back, tickets to the conference last year took nearly two hours to sell out, while it took 12 hours to sell out in 2011. It was the first time that Apple announced the exact time of the WWDC tickets going on sale - 1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT). As for now, the WWDC 2013 event was completely sold out in ... THREE MINUTES! If the trend continues, it’s fair to assume that in 2014, tickets to Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference will possibly sell out before they actually go on sale.
WWDC promises attendants the iOS and OS X development and gives them unique chance to attend educational sessions, spend lab time engaging with hundreds of Apple engineers, and socialize with their peers.
Those who were not lucky enough to get their tickets in less than 3 minutes once they went on sale will still have the chance to check out WWDC 2013 as Apple promises for the first time to post session videos during the conference!