Apple Asks Mac Devs To Start Submitting Their OS X Lion Apps

Apple has just emailed registered Mac developers to let them know that they are now accepting apps written for OS X Lion for review by the Mac App Store team.

The e-mail reads as follows:

“OS X Lion, the eighth major release of the world’s most advanced operating system, will soon be available to millions of Mac users around the world. Submit your Lion apps for review now so they can be on the Mac App Store when Lion ships this month.”

“Be sure to build, test, and compile your apps using Mac OS X Lion GM Seed and Xcode 4.1 for Lion GM seed prior to uploading your binary to iTunes Connect.”

Apple’s WWDC Is Already Sold Out

Wow if you thought that Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference sold out fast last year, then wait until you hear that this years sold out in less than 12 hours after $1599 tickets went on sale.

This looks like a record. Last year, it took 8 days for WWDC to sell out.

Apple’s annual developers conference takes place June 6-10 in San Francisco. The conference will focus on iOS 5 and Mac OS Lion.

Even though Apple normally uses this even to introduce new iPhone hardware, they are hinting at a no iPhone event, meaning we will have to wait a little longer before getting our hands on the iPhone 5.