Monday, January 9, 2012

WWDC Alerts: not to miss the train of WWDC

Victim of its success! Last year, the 5,000 tickets for the Apple Developers Conference (WWDC) were gone in 10 hours . The program with both iOS 5 and OS X Lion was particularly attractive indeed.

Nevertheless, it illustrates the growing success of Apple solutions to developers. In passing, we recall that the ticket costs just over € 1000. To this, add one round trip to San Francisco and accommodation costs.

If it is in your plans to go to WWDC 2012, we have to be fast, very fast. With this in mind that Anthony Herron and Aaron Wardle has created a service called WWDC Alerts. This service will notify you by SMS when the tickets go on sale.

The initiators of this project swear besides the SMS verification, the only text message you receive from them will be that of the announcement of the Developer Conference (WWDC). They also do not intend to trade your phone number.

This year it is rumored that the WWDC might be held from June 11 to 15, more or less the same dates as in previous years. For information, tickets were on sale 28 April 2010 and March 29 last year.

If you want to be among the first to be informed of the sale of tickets for the WWDC 2012, there are other ways: either follow us on Twitter, or download MacG Mobile (iPhone) or iGeneration (iPad) we will send you an alert when push Apple communicate on the subject.

In the meantime, remember to check the validity of your passport and take steps if necessary.

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