Apple Offers WWDC Tickets to Select Developers After Record Sellout

Worldwide Developers Conference 2013 Ticket Sellout | Official Website

Worldwide Developers Conference 2013 Ticket Sellout | Official Website

After tickets for the upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference 2013 was sold out in less than two minutes, there were reports that Apple is calling select developers, giving them a second chance to purchase.

Another Chance for WWDC 2013 Tickets

It was reported that Apple is reaching out to the registered members of its developer program, encouraging them to get tickets to WWDC 2013. Daniel Jalkut of Red Sweater Software, together with other developers, confirmed the Cupertino-based company’s move through their Twitter or official blogs.

It’s just unknown how many developers were called by Apple for the second-chance campaign. Prior to this, tickets to the said event met a record sellout after it was all purchased in less than two minutes.

For those who were unable to purchase a ticket and did not receive a call from Apple, the company will post a video recording of all their WWDC 2013 session online. This can be viewed by registered developers.


The much-awaited Worldwide Developers Conference 2013 is expected to place between June 10 and June 14 at Moscone West in San Francisco, California. In relation to this, there were speculations that Apple is planning to reveal their iOS 7 and OS X 10.9 at the said event.

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