If you want to attend WWDC 13, it’s a good idea to sign up early.It seems that every year, all available spots sell out at a new record time. There are ways to sign up for alerts.
Developer Oisin Prendiville offers a service that charges €1 (about $1.29) to sign up for alerts. The fee is designed to keep the site from being overloaded with requests and bogging down the system, which has been known to happen with services like this one. He also notes that if things don’t go right, and if you don’t get your tickets because his notification doesn’t come through, your get your money back.
Have a look at his site here.
WWDC is Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference. It’s where developers of software for Apple devices and computers meet up to share ideas and knowledge, or learn knew things through keynotes. It’s also where Apple is known to introduce new versions of their operating systems, and in the past was where Apple announced new iPhone hardware.