The tickets for this WWDC 2013 have come and gone in record time, with passes for this year’s event selling out in an astounding two minutes, after going on sale at 10 AM Pacific. The speed at which the tickets sold out can at least be partially attributed to the fact that Apple pre-announced when they woud go on sale, something that they haven’t done in past years.
The time that it has taken for WWDC tickets to sell out every year has decreased steadily for a number of years. Last year's tickets sold out in two hours, and while many expected them to move even faster this year, it’s doubtful that anyone expected them to go quite this quickly.
Did you plan on buying a ticket? Did you manage to get one, or did you just miss it?
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