Apple today announced plans for a digital WWDC event to take place from June 6 to June 10. Although the event will be held online, with no in-person event component, Apple is planning 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 it is holding a “special day” for developers and students at its Cupertino campus on June 6, with select attendees attending a viewing party. has been invited to.

Apple will allow students and developers in attendance to view keynote and State of the Union videos simultaneously. Little is available about the event at this time, but Apple says space will be limited and with more information on how to apply in the future “will be provided soon.”

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