A few additional details were revealed this weekend about the upcoming Worldwide Jailbreak Conference, a two-day event that will take place between August 23rd – 24th at the Raddison Hotel in the outskirts of New York City. First and foremost, tickets for the jailbreak-oriented conference have now gone on sale for between $80 and $140 each, which provides single-day and two-day access to the event respectively.
Moreover, it was announced that this year’s JailbreakCon would have the attendees get more involved with hands-on workshops. In the past, several prominent iOS hackers including Aaron Ash, Cyril Cattiaux (pod2g), Jay Freeman (saurik), Joshua Hill (p0sixninja) have attended WWJC, and the coordinators behind this year’s event promise that they will be working hard once again to have the most influential members of the jailbreaking community present.
JailbreakCon originally began as a smaller roundtable event called MyGreatFest in London two years ago, moving to San Francisco as a larger one-day event last year. WWJC 2013 promises to be the most exciting conference yet, especially since there is an untethered jailbreak for all current iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models released. Keep it locked on iFans for comprehensive coverage of WWJC 2013 as it unfolds.