After WWDC, Apple Is Hitting the Road with Tech Talks

“We’ll […] be hitting the road this fall with Tech Talks in a city near you”

  Banner featuring Apple's 2011 Tech Talks tour
Apple has confirmed in a notice on its Developer site that the company will be replicating a move from 2011 by bringing Tech Talks to major cities around the world, filling the gap left by its record WWDC sellout.

Apple has confirmed in a notice on its Developer site that the company will be replicating a move from 2011 by bringing Tech Talks to major cities around the world, filling the gap left by its record WWDC sellout.

In a memo on developer.apple.com, the Cupertino giant says it will be “hitting the road this fall with Tech Talks in a city near you.”

“Hope to see you there,” Apple adds. The company refrains from naming any cities, but it will do so in the coming months. WWDC begins June 10 and ends June 14.

In 2011 Apple took a similar approach to spreading its religion by literally taking the high road visiting Seattle, New York, Austin, Texas, Berlin, London, Rome, Beijing, Seoul, and São Paulo.

There’s a good chance many of these cities will be hosting Apple’s Tech Talks this time around as well.

Two years ago Apple said, “Since Tech Talks are highly technical, it’s important that you have experience programming with the iOS SDK and have an app actively in development or on the App Store.”

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By    27 Apr 2013, 10:25 GMT