If you were planning on attending WWDC 2010 but have yet to buy your ticket, I hope you don’t take disappointment too hard. Despite an April 28 announcement—just six weeks before the conference—Apple’s WWDC has sold out for the third year in a row.
This year, however, Apple’s decided focus almost entirely on iPhone OS has rubbed many developers the wrong way. Mac development sessions have taken a back seat to the iPhone and iPad, and for the first time, Apple is only doling out its sought-after Apple Design Awards for iPhone apps; Mac apps need not apply—at all.
Apple has not stated exactly how many tickets were available for WWDC 2010, which will take place June 7-11 in the Moscone West hall in downtown San Francisco, but in previous years the number of attendees has hovered in the thousands.
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