Apple has just announced that its Worldwide Developers Conference (more commonly known as WWDC) for 2012 will take place from June 11th to June 15th. It's a little later than usual this year, a week after this year's E3 event, but otherwise we expect it to bring the typical developer sessions along with the highly anticipated keynote address from Apple itself. Tickets for the week are on sale now for $1,599. There isn't a full agenda up on Apple's site, but there are plenty of details on the six different "tracks" developers can sign up for, as well as some events and awards that will take place throughout the week. We're still almost two months out, but feel free to start prognosticating on the meaning of that logo now.
We'll of course be at the event covering the news live, so you might want to start prepping for the big day right now.
Update: Well, that didn't take long. WWDC is already sold out, just about two hours after tickets first went on sale. That's significantly shorter than the 12 hours it took WWDC to sell out last year.