Unclaimed WWDC 2014 Tickets Offered to Select Developers By Apple
Apple recently sent out e-mails asking developers who were not chosen in this year’s WWDC 2014 ticket lottery, if they were interested in buying passes that have not been claimed by those originally chosen to attend. Developers who missed the chance to purchase tickets to June’s WWDC were asked by Apple if they were interested in taking one of the unclaimed spots, according to multiple Twitter posts. When the company originally sent out invitations for the WWDC 2014 earlier in the month, Apple stated that developers had one week to complete their purchase. Reserved slots were held until April 14th, 8pm EST, but there were no mentions as to what the consequences were for unclaimed tickets past that timeframe.
The company is expected to provide a sneak peak of OS X 10.10 along with unveiling the next generation iOS 8 at this year’s WWDC. WWDC 2014 starts on June 2nd at San Francisco’s Moscone West. Select videos and technical sessions will be available online as the week progresses and the opening “State of the Union” address will be streamed live on the WWDC website.