Tickets for Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference are set to go on sale at 10AM pacific time, or 1PM eastern time, on Thursday, and they'll likely go fast. Last year, the event sold out in just under two hours, and thanks to Apple's decision to announce ticket sales a day in advance, they'll probably go even quicker this year.
Break out your credit cards. WWDC ticket sales start today.
Apple will be hosting its annual Worldwide Developers Conference June 10 through June 14, at the Moscone West Convention Center in San Francisco. The conference will include over 1,000 Apple engineers hosting over 100 hands-on labs, inside information on iOS and OS X, sessions to help developers and accessory makers with their product designs, and Apple's annual Design Awards for Mac, iPhone and iPad apps that stand out for their design and innovation.
Tickets are priced at US$1,5999 each, and you must already be registered in Apple's developer program to purchase yours. Apple is limiting tickets to one per person or five per organization, and each member of an organization must sign in with their own Apple ID to make their purchase.
Developer Program members that miss out on attending WWDC won't be out of luck since Apple plans to post session videos online during the conference. In previous years, developers had to wait until after the event to see session videos.
WWDC 2013 tickets will be available through Apple's Developer website, so be sure to have your browser open and ready to go ahead of the 10AM sale start.