Apple’s developer community the wait is over, announced are the dates for Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference. This year’s conference will take place from June 11-15 in San Francisco, there developers will “learn about the future of iOS and OS X.” I’m sure a more definitive date for Mountain Lion (10.8) will be released at this time.
Like the previous years, the ticket price for attendance at WWDC as a developer is $1,599 before flights and accommodations—Apple bumped the price in 2010 after the previous few years sold out instantly, but that didn’t stop the conference from selling out quickly in 2011, and as an update WWDC 2012 is officially sold out within 2 hours of the announcement.
Apple is now allowing developers as young as thirteen to attend WWDC. A parent or guardian that is a registered Apple developer must purchase the tickets, but can put it in the name of the minor between the ages of 13-17. Apple is also offering scholarships for young developers, in limited quantities, the application deadline for this is May 2.