Apple will introduce new versions of iOS and OS X at its annual developer's conference.
WWDC 2010 Sells Out In 8 Days
Apple has updated their WWDC website to indicate that the event has sold out. The event took only 8 days to sell out after being officially announced last week.
WWDC 2010 will take place June 7-11 and is expected to focus intensively on the iPhone OS platform. Apple is widely expected to introduce its new iPhone hardware during a keynote address at the event, although the device has already received considerable publicity since Gizmodo published details on one lost by an Apple employee in a California bar.
This is the third straight year that Apple's WWDC conference has sold out, with the streak beginning in 2008.