updated 08:50 am EDT, Wed April 25, 2012
Promises 'future of iOS and OS X'
Apple today announced details of the 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference. The event will run from June 11th through the 15th in San Francisco, and take place at one of Apple's favorite venues, Moscone West. The company is promising to share "the future of iOS and OS X," as well as 100 technical sessions, and an Apple Design Awards event promoting both Mac and iOS apps.
The technical sessions will be presented by Apple engineers and cover a range of Mac and iOS topic. Also staffed by engineers will be 100 "hands-on" labs, where developers will be able to get help with code and other issues they might be confronting. Special lunchtime sessions will feature "leading minds and influencers from the worlds of technology, science and entertainment," according to Apple.
Tickets for WWDC cost $1,599 each, and are being limited to one per person, and five per organization. Attendees must moreover be a part of one of Apple's Developer Programs. Developers who can't attend, however, will eventually be able to watch all the technical sessions for free via developer.apple.com/videos.