Worldwide Developers Conference: With the Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) Worldwide Developers Conference sold out, there are people all over the world who are disappointed that they will once again miss the chance to hobnob with Cupertino employees as well as other developers.
Despite the fact that Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has decided to invite 150 additional people to the event, don’t expect this offer to be extended again in the near future. After all, there is only so much space at this much anticipated conference.
Even though you may have missed out on your chance to spend $1,600 on a ticket to the Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) Worldwide Developers Conference, you may get another chance to spend time with the company in the near future.
Late last week, Apple posted the following to its website:
“Enthusiasm for WWDC 2013 has been incredible, with tickets selling out in record time. For those who can’t join us in San Francisco, you can still take advantage of great WWDC content, as we’ll be posting videos of all our sessions during the conference. We’ll also be hitting the road this fall with Tech Talks in a city near you. Hope to see you there.”
If you don’t read all the way to the bottom, you are missing out on the juicy details.
While there is nothing wrong with watching video of the sessions that interest you the most, you should pay close attention to the fact that Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) once again has plans to hold Tech Talks in cities throughout the world.
No, this is not the same as attending WWDC 2013 but it is something that is sure to get a lot of people excited.
With the revival of its Tech Talks tour, Apple will be able to connect with developers, as well as other interested parties, in the months to come. By moving from one city to the next, it allows for a greater number of people to participate.
At this time, Apple has yet to announce its stops on the tour. However, you can expect more details to be released in the months to come, especially as WWDC 2013 closes in.
If you remember correctly, Apple last offered Tech Talks tours in 20012. During this tour, it stopped in nine cities around the globe.
Everybody wants a piece of the Apple pie. This is why WWDC 2013 sold out so quickly, and why any Tech Talks tours are going to do the same.
If you are not one of the lucky ones who will be attending WWDC 2013, keep your eyes out for more information pertaining to its future Tech Talks tours. An event may be coming to your city.
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