Tickets for this year's Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, that will run from 11th June to the 15th, have sold out in just two hours.
Tickets went on sale on Wednesday of this week after Apple announced the dates for the conference in San Francisco. But just two hours later, the official WWDC website was no longer allowing registrations.
The site currently reads "sorry, tickets are sold out. We'll be posting videos of all our sessions shortly after the conference, so everyone can take advantage of great WWDC content for free."
The two hour sell out is the fastest the tickets for the annual developers conference have ever sold. The WWDC sold out in 10 hours last year, whilst in 2010 the tickets took 8 days to sell.
Last year iOS 5 was announced at the WWDC, as was the latest features from OS X Lion. It is expected to showcase this year both iOS 6 and new details on OS X !).8 Mountain Lion.
The Apple Design Awards will also be featured at the conference. The awards showcase the most outstanding iOS and OS X applications of the last year.