Apple has just announced the official dates for their annual World Wide Developers Conference. The conference is set for June 11th to 15th in San Francisco. Tickets are limited to 1 per person and 5 per organization, and are going for $1,599 a piece. Student developers aged 13 and up can apply for a scholarship that grants them free access to the event, and Apple has set aside up to 150 tickets for the scholarship.
If you’re an iOS or Mac developer, you should probably go ahead and pen those dates on your calendar and buy those tickets now. WWDC 2011 sold out in 10 hours, and we expect WWDC to sell out equally as fast. To learn more about WWDC, be sure to check out Apple’s about section.
Update: In just about two hours after they went on sale, tickets to WWDC are now sold out.