Tickets for Apple’s WWDC 2012 event sold out within the first hours of ticket sales.
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) first announced the date for the Worldwide Developer’s Conference at 1:30 pm GMT. By 3:30 pm, all tickets were sold out. The conference, which will take place at the Moscone West in San Francisco from June 11 through the 15, is an event where Apple web developers meet to discuss the future of iOS and OS X. This year’s conference will also feature over 100 technical sessions with Apple engineers, and 100 hands-on labs which are staffed by 1,000 more engineers. Tickets sold for $1,599 each.
Senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing for Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) Philip Schilling said that he is looking forward to the WWDC, and that the company has some exciting news regarding iOS and OS X Mountain.
The fact that Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) sold their conference tickets quickly is not surprising, but the fact they sold them within a two hour time frame is. Apple enthusiasts are anticipating the future of company, most particularly about iOS 6. They are also waiting to hear more about the iPhone 5 and iPad 4, but many others speculate that will not happen until the fall. Whether Tim Cook actually unveils either a new gadget remains to be seen but we know that Cook will hold the D10 conference two weeks prior to WWDC.
Within the next few weeks, we probably should hear more about what to expect from the WWDC event. Since all attendees are registered Apple developers, they must sign a non-disclosure agreement that prohibits them from sharing a lot of information.
We can not wait to find out what Tim Cook and Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) have for us next. The fact that Cook is going to give a D10 conference two weeks prior to the event makes me speculate that they might unveil the new iPhone 5 at the WWDC.