WWDC 2013 tickets sell out in just two minutes


After going on sale at 10:00 yesterday, it looks like ALL the tickets for Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco have already sold out in two minutes. Truth is that WWDC tickets have been selling like crazy the past few years, creating short of a streak for Apple. For example WWDC 2011 sold out in under 12 hours, while the 2010 edition took eight days. This marks the sixth straight year that WWDC has sold out, a streak that began in 2008.

On the previous years, Apple used to begin sales at the moment it announced details on the annual conference, but with last year's tickets selling out in under two hours, some developers found themselves out of luck before they had even woken up for the day.

With the tickets being sold every year in... mere minutes, more and more people are asking Apple to increase the size of WWDC. Don't think it is that simple for Apple though, since the major focus of the company during all WWDC events is to assist developers with their apps and Apple needs to have enough engineers on hand to provide that hands-on help.


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