Apple has announced the dates for this year’s WWDC ’14 will be held June 2 – 6.
This year, Apple has changed the procedure for getting tickets for the event. This year, iOS and OS X developer who want to attend this year’s WWDC, can submit their information and Apple will randomly select people to purchase tickets on April 7 at 10:00am. Developers will be contacted by 5:00pm PDT to be informed if they were selected to purchase tickets.
While some people maybe put off by a random lottery as the way to dole out tickets to this year’s WWDC, but in my opinion, this is really the only fair way to go about it. WWDC tickets sold out well under 10 minutes laster year, locking out many developers from attending. This year’s lottery gives everyone an equal chance to attend.
Tickets to this year’s event will cost $1599 and the registration and payment for developers selected for the opportunity to purchase tickets must be complete by April 14 at 5:00pm PDT.
For more information, visit the Apple WWDC ’14 website.