“Apple’s annual developers conference has sold out less than 12 hours after the company began accepting registrations, setting a new record for ticket sales and underscoring the popularity and developer interest surrounding company’s mobile and traditional operating system,” AppleInsider reports.
“Apple began accepting registrations at 8:30 a.m. eastern time on Monday, but by 6:30 p.m., the $1599 conference had completely sold out,” AppleInsider reports. “That’s more than seven times as fast as last year’s sellout, which took just 8 days.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Time for Apple to consider bi-coastal, concurrent WWDC’s (Return to Ye Olde Jacob Javits Center again?) or, since it is titled “worldwide,” perhaps one in the U.S., one in Europe, and one in Asia? If they’re selling out WWDC in 10 hours, the company is getting too big to smash everyone into the Moscone Center once a year.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lava_Head_UK” for the heads up.]