WWDC sells out for second year in a row

The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference for 2009 sells out for a second year in a row.


The 2009 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is the hottest ticket in town for the second year in a row. Apple quietly posted notice that the conference had sold out on its WWDC site earlier this week. The conference, buoyed by the success of the iPhone, sold out in 2008 as well.

WWDC will be held in San Francisco between June 8-12. Most believe that Apple will reveal more information about the iPhone 3.0 SDK, the iPhone OS 3.0, and the Mac OS X Snow Leopard at the conference.

Some rumors also suggest that we'll see an announcement about the next-generation iPhone and possibly Apple's foray into the Netbook market.

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    David Martin has more than 20 years of experience in the industry as a programmer, systems and business analyst, author, and consultant.


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