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Apple has updated their WWDC website to indicate that the event has sold out. The event took only 8 days to sell out after being officially announced last week.


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WWDC 2010 will take place June 7-11 and is expected to focus intensively on the iPhone OS platform. Apple is widely expected to introduce its new iPhone hardware during a keynote address at the event, although the device has already received considerable publicity since Gizmodo published details on one lost by an Apple employee in a California bar.

This is the third straight year that Apple's WWDC conference has sold out, with the streak beginning in 2008.

Article Link: WWDC 2010 Sells Out In 8 Days
 

CFreymarc

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... and across the country, several hundred software engineers -- if not a thousand or so -- are screaming at their purchasing department as they followed their internal billing cycle to approve this request.

Try to budget for a petty cash fund next year boys and girls!
 

longofest

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Big kudos to the iPhone OS platform for making WWDC such a success. WWDC never used to sell out, and then the year of the app store it has it's first sellout, and now it sells out in 8 days.
 

JesterJJZ

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They need to have a bar scene setup on stage. Have a bar stool with the new iPhone sitting on it. Then Steve Jobs comes on stage and "finds" it.

"What's this?"
 

NebulaClash

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Not bad considering everybody is now boycotting Apple dev work since Jobs is the new enemy of freedom, or whatever it is th e trolls here have been saying.
 

TheOrioles33

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It would be funny if Steve talks about the leak and all and then say "well now let me introduce the REAL 4th gen iPhone" and it looks nothing like the leak. :)
 
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