Apple has begun sending out emails notifying developers if they have been selected to attend the WWDC Special Show event scheduled to be held at Apple Park on Monday, June 6.


Apple began taking applications for the viewing event on Monday, and said developers will be notified if selected by 6:00 PM PST tonight. Those selected are receiving emails at this time, and will need to respond to the invitation to attend by May 18 at 6:00 PM to confirm their attendance.

Only a few developers are invited to the Apple Park campus to see the WWDC 2022 keynote and Platforms State of the Union. Apple says it will be an all-day experience at ‌Apple Park‌‌, while also inviting developers to explore the new Developer Center that Apple has built. Apple said last year that it was building a dedicated developer center on its Apple Park campus, although few details were provided on the matter.

We’re hosting a special all-day experience at Apple Park on June 6 to kick off WWDC22. Get together with others in the developer community to watch the keynote and State of the Union videos alongside Apple engineers and experts, explore the all-new Developer Center, and more. We can’t wait to get in touch in person.

The “Apple Park” event is free, and all members of the Apple Developer Program and Apple Developer Enterprise Program are invited to apply. Although the event is free, those selected will need to fly to Cupertino, California.

WWDC is set at 10:00 AM PT on Monday, June 6.

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