Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference has continued to gain traction, with late co-founder Steve Jobs once claiming that the company simply doesn’t have a big enough venue to support the number of people that are interested in attending the event. Despite tightened restrictions on registration, WWDC 2012 sold out in record fashion, with all tickets purchased in under two hours.
Comparatively, it took eight days for WWDC 2010 to sell out and just under twelve hours for WWDC 2011 to reach max capacity. But, with WWDC 2013 just around the corner, could the event sell out in yet another record-breaking time? So far, it is expected that Apple will unveil new Macs, an overhauled iOS 7 with a “killer app,” OS X 10.9, and potentially more. iWatch. iTV. You name it.
With all the buzz surrounding WWDC 2013, and the lack of an Apple event in 2013 thus far, how quickly do you think the developer conference will sell out this year? Perhaps more interesting is, do you think Apple will maintain the $1,599 selling price amidst skyrocketing demand to get entrance into the event? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.