Despite the fact that Apple is going with an all-digital Worldwide Developers Conference this year, the company is trying to keep the general routine the same. That includes invitations for a keynote that won’t have an in-person attendance.
The image above is a screen grab from the invitations that Apple is currently sending to media. Matthew Panzarino of TechCrunch shared the image on Twitter today. It’s an invitation for the “all-online” WWDC this year, noting that the Special Event Keynote will take place on Monday, June 22, starting at 10:00 AM PDT/1:00 PM EDT.
The keynote will be broadcast from Apple Park, and there will be no non-employees attending this year’s event.
The invitation reads:
Join us for the first all-online WWDC, kicking off on June 22 with a Special Event Keynote coming to you from Apple Park.
Apple has also updated its website to reflect WWDC 2020 next week. The events page has also been updated to reflect the incoming all-online event. The company has also sent out invitations to developers as well.
Apple will be broadcasting the upcoming keynote through various means, including the Events section on its website, the special Events tab on the Apple TV, through a stream on YouTube, and within the Apple Developer app. The keynote will also be streamed on the Apple Developer website as well.
Are you looking forward to seeing what Apple has to show us at this year’s keynote?