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Apple announce WWDC 2013 video's and Live Tech Talks
Apple released its much sought after WWDC 2013 tickets the other day and while they sold out in a record 2 minutes, developers have been offered another few choices In which to participate with developing projects.
The company announced that there will be videos of all talks and keynotes at the event, posted on-line so those who could not get tickets to the event, will be able to see exactly what they not only missed out on, but also get that chance to develop on the media footage “as if they were there”.
Secondly, the company announced that there will be some very interesting “Tech Talks” which Apple say, are due to be held in a city near you, very soon.
Some past tech talks took place on iOS 5 a few years back and these could be linked to the same cities for the new talks and we hope, iOS 7 perhaps?
Some of these cities feature a large population and have a broad basis for Apple Fans alike. The cities that could be featured in the talks include, Austin, Texas; New York; Seattle; Beijing; Berlin; London; Rome; Sao Paolo; and Seoul.
Tickets for Apples only developer conference this year cost a whopping $1600 and its great to see Apple taking notice of those who could not attend the event and being able to take part, especially those who live overseas from the United States.
This looks like its going to be a really exciting few months for Apple Fans and whatever Apple has planned for not only WWDC 2013 but the Tech talks and video, you can keep one step ahead of the game and follow us on Twitter and Facebook where we will provide non stop coverage of events as they unfold.
You can also check out our WWDC 2013 digital hub, which will feature stand-alone WWDC articles, video and live coverage from June 10th – 14th and everything that happens over the full week-long event.