If you're one of those people who thought Apple's retail prices were high, you're in for a bit of a shock.
It seems that two of the company's latest newsmakers are in such high demand that they're racking up some eye-popping numbers on eBay.
First off, there's the iPad 2. Pushed by Apple's usual new-product buzz and made even worse by rumours of a possible hardware shortage, the new tablet has become a highly sought-after commodity.
In fact, the iPad 2 is in such high demand that prices on eBay were up north of $1,300 on Thursday evening US, nearly double the retail cost on release.
But it's not just gadget-crazy consumers who are opening up their wallets for shiny things with Apple logos. Developers seem to have caught the fever as well.
Earlier this week, Apple opened ticket sales for its World Wide Developer Conference, and you would have thought that they were selling Rolling Stones tickets. Within 12 hours the entire show was sold out.
And it seems some of the developers who did land tickets decided to make a quick buck rather than actually hone their programming skills with Apple. Tickets to WWDC on eBay are already going for more than $3,300,
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