Apple’s WWDC 2013 Tickets Are Sold Out in Two Minutes

WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) is Apple’s annual worldwide developer conference. The tickets for WWDC 2013 was sold out in two minutes after going on sale at 10:00 AM Pacific Time, which renew the sale record of WWDC ticket.

In comparison, it took about two hours for tickets to sell out last year while it took almost eight days in 2011.

It is said that the ticket of WWDC 2013 costs $1599. In addition, Apple offers 150 free tickets for the student developers. Why the tickets are sold out so quickly, on one hand thanks to Apple’s emphasis on tickets sales, informing the time to sell in advance, on the other hand because of the interest and enthusiasm of the developers to this conference.

For those registered developers who didn’t get the ticket, Apple has promised to make video recordings of all WWDC 2013 sessions for them.

The event will be held June 10-14 at Moscone West Center, San Francisco. From the current situation, Apple will bring iOS 7 and Mac OS X 10.9 and teach users how to take their
apps to the next level. And the beta version will be pre-released to developers for testing.

Will Apple launch new products at WWDC 2013? What gift it will offer to participants? We wait and see.

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