Who would have thought that Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) would actually sell out in just less than 24 hours, and this just goes to show how much demand it has among the masses. Of course, this has led to ticket touts taking advantage of the situation, as a bunch of eBay auctions do point towards conference passes that pass the $3,000 mark – even hitting $4,000 in some instances a mere two days after the event sold out. This is clearly the law of supply and demand working in a capitalist society, and is a volatile way to make a quick profit even if the conference pass itself cost $1,599 at face value. We are inclined to think that next year’s WWDC will see everyone doing their part to get a pass, if only to sell it off to make a quick buck later on.
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