Tickets For Apple’s WWDC 2012 Sell Out In Two Hours
Apple announced yesterday the hotly anticipated Worldwide Developers Conference 2012. Many expect this year’s event will host the unveiling of the iPhone 5 or even near-mythical gadgets like the iPhone Nano and the iTV. Quick, get your tickets! Ooops, too late… WWDC 2012 sold out in only two hours.
Past events have sold out in half a day, but this is ridiculous. It comes even after Apple instituted new regulations, limiting sales to only registered Mac and iOS developers and restricting the number of passes each group could buy. But I guess the allure of getting a sneak peak at “the future of iOS and OS X(R)” and experiencing “more than 100 technical sessions presented by Apple engineers” (according to the press release) created too much demand for too little supply.
If your heart is still set on attending the five-day event in San Francisco (June 11-15), you might try something like this enterprising gentleman, who offered to legally change his name to purchase anyone’s (non-transferable) pass.
What do you think we’ll see at this year’s WWDC?