Tickets for Apple's World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) are now on sale. The company announced yesterday that it will be displaying "what's next in iOS and OS X" at the event, and though tickets are selling for a hefty $1,599, it won't be long before they're gone. Last year's WWDC sold out in around two hours, down from a comparably lengthy 12 hours in 2011. The conference this year is scheduled to take place from June 10th through June 14th, but the highlight will be a keynote by Apple executives on the first day. It'll be the first major glimpse of Apple's future since Jony Ive took over software interface design, and we're looking forward to seeing if that's brought about any changes.
Update: In all of two minutes, WWDC 2013 has sold out.