Get the attention of the developers! Apple is now accepting requests to attend a special private event on June 6 to begin the 2022 Global Developers Conference. Attendance at the event is by invitation only at Apple Park headquarters in Cupertino.
Per Submit your name For the opportunity to attend the event, visit the WWDC Special Event on the Apple Park website.
In the event, you’ll be able to see Keynote and State of the Union Keynote. Apple says participants will be able to test the new developer center “and much more”. Here are the key details:
- Those who can apply: Members of the Apple Developer Program and the Apple Developer Enterprise Program and 2022 Swift Student Challenge applicants. It is not open to the general public.
- How to select participants: According to Apple, “invitations will be allocated through a random selection process and are non-transferable.”
- Cost: The event is free, but you need to arrange and pay for your trip
- When you can apply: The submission process May 9 Pacific starts at 9 a.m. (5 p.m. in the UK). Process May 11 will end at 9 a.m. in the Pacific Ocean (UK 5pm).
- When will the electorate be notified? Apple said applicants would be “informed of your status” by 6:00 pm Pacific (2 May 13 in the UK) on May 12. This notice means that Apple will tell you that it is not clear if you are.
- When and where is this special event? It will be held on June 6 at Apple Park in Cupertino, California, USA.
Apple notes that those selected to participate must take a negative COVID-19 test more than three days before the event. Masks are optional, as of this writing.
WWDC is the annual conference that Apple hosts to showcase new versions of its operating system and other products. This week-long event is an opportunity for developers to learn about new technologies and how to apply them to their products. This year’s WWDC is mostly an online event, the Apple Park Special event is the only private session scheduled. Kinot and State of the Union addresses are available for public viewing live online on Apple’s website. You can find out more about WWDC in our FAQ.