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Don't Let WWDC Sell Out Before You Get Your Tickets This Year

Don't Let WWDC Sell Out Before You Get Your Tickets This Year

January 5, 2012
The World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) showcases the best innovations in the iOS and Mac OS world. Last year, WWDC sold out in just 10 hours. In fear of this happening again, two developers — Anthony Herron and Aaron Wardle— have created the WWDC Alerts site. This site was made to alert you as soon as tickets are available, so you don’t miss out. Just head over to WWDC Alerts, put in your phone number, verify it and you’re set to go. You’ll receive an SMS as soon as WWDC tickets go on sale. Tickets run about $1,599. From the site:
2012 walks amongst us. As Gruber recently said “This is an extraordinary time to be an Apple developer. […] This is like being a Rock and roll musician in the late sixties.” And so it seems the tickets for our annual pilgrimage sell out like something that sells out in a really short period of time. In 2011 it sold out in less than 10 hours. In 2012 it will likely by sooner. WWDC Alerts will notify you via call and SMS as soon as we know the tickets are on sale regardless of your timezone. Whilst this isn’t a fix for those at vast altitudes in metal tin cans, there should hopefully be less anxiety about leaving the house as the date draws near and the tickets are made available. You’re welcome.
Are you going to the World Wide Developers Conference this year? If you’ve attended in previous years, tell us about your experience at WWDC in the comments below. (via The Next Web)

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