Mobile phone juggernaut Apple released on Thursday (April 25th) that it would be going on a tour across America to deliver its Tech Talks.
After news that the company reported its first profit loss since before the original iPhone was launched, it still managed to sell-out of tickets to its annual developer conference in record time.
The American company sold all 5,000 tickets, which cost over £1,000 each, in just two minutes meaning that a large amount of people will have missed out.
However the firm released a post on its website saying that its Tech Talks will come to “a city near you” (if you live in America) later this year .
The premise of the talks is to give developers guidance on how to use the upcoming products it intends to reveal at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).
Apple last hosted one of these “talks” when pushing the iOS 5 two years ago so all signs indicate that this could be the emergence of an iOS 7 which has been expected to be announced at the WWDC in June for a while.
Posted by Peter Robinson