Apple today began sending out additional invitations to developers who applied to attend the Worldwide Developers Conference viewing event at Apple Park, filling the places of previous invitees who did not respond or did not attend. were unable to attend.
The viewing event is scheduled to take place on Monday, June 6, and invited developers can attend an all-day Apple Park experience that will include a viewing party for the WWDC keynote and status discussion. of the Platforms Union.
Developers will also be able to explore the brand new Developer Center that Apple has built on the Apple Park campus, which will be a special experience as no one knows much about it at this point.
Apple accepted applications for the viewing event until Wednesday, May 11, and notified developers of their status on Thursday, May 12. The developers had to confirm their attendance before May 18, and it is clear that some chosen ones could not attend.
The event is limited to a small number of developers, with participants selected using a lottery system. All members of the Apple Developer Program and the Apple Developer Enterprise Program were initially invited to apply, and although the event is free, those selected must travel to Cupertino, California and find accommodation.
It was feared that Apple would cancel the Viewing Party event due to an increase in COVID cases that necessitated delaying the full return of company employees to Apple Park, but that Apple is inviting to other devs suggest that undo isn’t in the cards yet.
The Worldwide Developers Conference is an online event except for the small viewing party. The keynote is scheduled to begin at 10:00 a.m. PT on Monday, June 6.
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