Apple’s annual lottery for WWDC tickets officially ended this morning at 10AM PST and lucky developers have started receiving confirmation emails this evening. The developers who were lucky enough to win an opportunity to the attend event have received emails in their inbox and their credits have been charged.

For developers who did not receive a notification from Apple regarding their WWDC ticket, the company says that some sessions throughout the event will be live streamed, while most will be available to watch on-demand.

A developer ticket to WWDC runs $1599 and the annual event is being held from June 8th to June 12th at Moscone West in San Francisco. Apple officially announced WWDC 2015 earlier this week, teasing that it will be the “epicenter of change” and that “the future of iOS and OS X” will be showcased.

We reported earlier this year that Apple plans to unveil iOS 9 this year, with a focus on performance improvements. Apple is also expected to announce its streaming music service this year, after showing off an all-new Music app in iOS 8.4. Other possible announcements include a Web TV service for Apple TV and the Watch SDK for developing native apps for the Apple Watch.

It’s unclear if Apple is still sending emails to developers who won a ticket to WWDC, so if you’ve yet to receive an email, don’t lose hope just yet.

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