Apple Extends WWDC Early Registration

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Apple Computer announced Monday that it was extending the early registration period for the World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC). The event takes place June 6-10 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, and early registration allows developers to get into the event for US$300 less. Early registration has been extended to May 6th.

From the WWDC site: "With Mac OS X Tiger soon to be in the hands of users, weive extended WWDC 2005 early registration pricing to May 6. That means you can still save $300 off the regular price, and get the chance to work developer-to-developer with some of the Apple engineers who created this amazing new release. All week long, from the opening reception to the last session on Friday, in presentations and hands-on sessions, at brown bag lunches, in labs, and at special events like the Apple Campus Bash, youill find key members of Appleis engineering teams available and eager to answer questions on Tiger and all of Appleis cutting-edge technologies. Donit wait, register today."

Tickets to the event are priced as follows:

Conference E-tickets Regular Price
(After May 6)
Early Registration
(Before May 6)
WWDC 2005 E-ticket
$1,595
$1,295
WWDC E-ticket and Tiger Early Start Kit
A $2,095 value.
$1,995
$1,695
WWDC E-ticket 5-Pack
Five E-tickets for the price of four.
$6,380
$5,180
ADC Premier Membership
A WWDC E-ticket is included with Premier Membership.
$3,500
$3,500

You can find more information at the WWDC Web site.

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