Technically, the WWDC 2014 tickets are not sold out yet thanks to Apple offering some developers a second chance of getting a ticket before the big event. This will be a good result for those of you still desperate to watch the WWDC 2014 keynote in person, rather than watching it by a live stream, and of course attending many of the sessions that help developers in a number of ways.
The WWDC tickets sell out faster every year and hit a new record in 2013, so in 2014 Apple decided to offer a lottery that would make it fair to those wanting to attend. What has happened since tickets went on sale is that a few haven’t been accepted, so this leaves a second round of tickets being offered for WWDC 2014.
You can see a tweet right here, which details the so-called “WWDC lottery round 2″. This comes after a number of people, including the person above, received an email from Apple offering them a ticket for Worldwide Developers Conference 2014. If you are one of the lucky ones, then you should see a confirmation by email.
Did you make the cut with round 2 of WWDC 2014 tickets? If so, leave a comment below letting us know when you received confirmation, and of course share your predictions for the Apple keynote this year.
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