“In 2011, tickets to the annual Apple Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco sold out in 12 hours,” David Morgenstern reports for ZDNet.
“Last year it was down to two hours,” Morgenstern reports. “here are only some 5,000 seats at the conference and the demand is very, very high. And the rumors around the announcements that will be made are just starting to heat up.”
Morgenstern reports, “Several recent blog posts point to availability services and monitoring applications. Adam Engst at TidBITS and developer Oliver Drobnik at Cocoanetics both expected WWDC Blast to do the job right.”
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