In this post I said that Apple will make an WWDC this year too. So now I’m saying that the tickets are sold in 2 minutes.
WWDC 2011 and 2010 respectively sold out in ten hours and eight days (one month and two months for 2009 and 2008 WWDCs, respectively).
And tickets for Google I/O 2013, which takes place June 27-29 at San Francisco’s Moscone Center, sold out in under twenty minutes. Google I/O 2009 sold out in 90 days and tickets for Google I/O 2011 took 59 minutes to sell out…
Running at $1,599 each, WWDC tickets didn’t exactly come cheap.
By comparison, Google I/O tickets cost $900 for general admission.
To appease to those who couldn’t buy their ticket, Apple promised to make session videos available during the conference. Previously, those videos would wind up online a few weeks after the event had wrapped up.
“Can’t make it to WWDC? We’ll be posting videos of all our sessions during the conference, so Registered Apple Developers can take advantage of great WWDC content.”
The company is also giving away 150 free WWDC tickets to students at its own discretion.
I think Apple will prepare something awesome for us in WWDC.
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