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Apple today announced plans for a digital WWDC event set to take place on June 6 to June 10. While the event will be held online with no in-person event component, Apple does plan to invite some students and developers to Apple Park.

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In the press release announcing the "Call to Code" event, Apple says that it is putting together a "special day" for developers and students on June 6 at its Cupertino campus, with select attendees invited to a viewing party.

Apple will allow students and developers able to attend to watch the keynote and State of the Union videos together. Little information is available on the event at this time, but Apple says space will be limited and it will be taking applications in the future, with more information on how to apply "provided soon."

Article Link: Apple to Host Apple Park WWDC 2022 Viewing Event for Some Students and Developers
 

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Apple today announced plans for a digital WWDC event set to take place on June 6 to June 10. While the event will be held online with no in-person event component, Apple does plan to invite some students and developers to Apple Park.

apple-park-416-security.jpg

In the press release announcing the "Call to Code" event, Apple says that it is putting together a "special day" for developers and students on June 6 at its Cupertino campus, with select attendees invited to a viewing party.

Apple will allow students and developers able to attend to watch the keynote and State of the Union videos together. Little information is available on the event at this time, but Apple says space will be limited and it will be taking applications in the future, with more information on how to apply "provided soon."

Article Link: Apple to Host Apple Park WWDC 2022 Viewing Event for Some Students and Developers
I could see this being something doable for people not to far from Cupertino, but it seems a bit silly for me to travel any real distance just to sit in an auditorium and watch videos with other developers and students. So I'm guessing there is something else they have planned that will make it worth the trip. Will be interesting to see what they are planning.
 
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Wordman

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Maybe put hardware in developers’ hands to see what they can do with it?

Nah, there’s no precedent for that…
 
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