Worldwide Developers Conference 2013 (or WWDC 2013 or WWDC13) was a computer conference that was hosted by Apple Inc. for its developers at the Moscone Center's West Hall in San Francisco, California. It was Apple's 24th annual Worldwide Developers Conference, held from June 10 to 14, 2013.

Attendance

Tickets for WWDC 2013 went on sale at 10 AM PDT on April 25, 2013,[1][2] selling out within 71 seconds (1 minute and 11 seconds).[3] Apple also announced that it would award 150 free Student Scholarship tickets for young attendees to benefit from the conference's many workshops.[4]

Product announcements

At the keynote event, Apple unveiled redesigned models of the Mac Pro, AirPort Time Capsule, AirPort Extreme, and MacBook Air, and showcased OS X Mavericks, iOS 7, iWork for iCloud, and a new music streaming service named iTunes Radio.[5]

Other events

The WWDC 2013 Bash was held on June 13 at the Yerba Buena Gardens, where Vampire Weekend performed live. Attendees received a black wind breaker with the letters "WWDC" across the front and the number "13" stitched on the back.

Keynote video

The WWDC 2013 keynote was livestreamed on June 10, 2013: (click below to watch)

References

  1. Melanson (April 24, 2013). Apple confirms WWDC 2013 will take place June 10th to 14th, tickets go on sale tomorrow. Engadget. Retrieved on April 24, 2013.
  2. Cheng, Jacqui (April 24, 2013). Apple mixes things up for WWDC 2013, with pre-announced ticket sales. Retrieved on April 24, 2013.
  3. Cheng, Jacqui (April 25, 2013). Apple’s WWDC 2013 tickets sold out in a record two minutes (or less). Retrieved on April 25, 2013.
  4. Ion, Florence (April 24, 2013). Apple to hand out 150 free WWDC tickets to budding young developers. Retrieved on April 24, 2013.
  5. Rodriguez, Salvador (June 10, 2013). Top features, products unveiled at Apple's WWDC 2013 [Video chat. latimes.com. Retrieved on July 8, 2013.

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