SAN FRANCISCO, USA – On Wednesday Apple announced that the annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) will take place in San Francisco, California from 11th to 15th June. All of the tickets to the event were sold out within two hours of availability.
WWDC is a conference held by Apple to demonstrate its new software and technologies to developers and getting their feedback. About 2000 to 4200 developers usually attend the conference, but in last couple of years the number has grown around 5000 attendees.
All of the attendees of WWDC have to sign a non-disclosure agreement comprehending the sessions and other material handed out in the meeting. It is expected that Apple will disclose a few new products, and more than 100 developing-sessions will be offered this year.
However, the tickets are not transferable this year and as they were sold out instantly, many developers did not get chance to secure one for themselves. Observing the situation, an anonymous developer from San Francisco offered to change his name legally, in addition to $2100 plus services, as an exchange for the ticket which cost $1600 originally.