Apple, not popular among developers

AppleAppleInsider: “The two-hour sellout is the fastest ever for Apple’s annual developers conference. Last year, WWDC sold out in a record 10 hours, while in 2010 it took Apple 8 days to sell all of the tickets.”

Last year I had the pleasure of attending my first WWDC. This year it wasn’t in the cards, which is OK, I have a new business to build.

It’s incredible that in three short years we’ve gone from 8 days to sell all the tickets to two hours. I’m not sure it can sell out any faster?

2 Comments

  1. The demand for these conferences is getting crazy. I’ve been to the last two Google I/O and tried to register again this year, but didn’t get through.

    From a supply & demand viewpoint, both of these could probably double their rates and really rake it in 🙂

  2. Brian,

    Long time no hear! I think we’ll see some changes next year, but I have no idea what to expect. Then again, it’s Apple, they may leave things as they are.

    Some people are getting email telling them their orders have been cancelled because a person is only allowed to purchase a single ticket.

    Not so good.

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