The annual Swift Student Challenge winners are getting their swag shipments just in time to virtually attend the 2021 Worldwide Developer Conference.
On Tuesday, Apple highlighted three winners of its 2021 Swift Student Challenge, though over 350 winners were selected from 35 different countries.
Winners this year will receive exclusive outerwear, which consists of a hoodie emblazoned with both an Apple logo on the front and a large 21 on the back, as well as a blue WWDC21 beanie.
Winners also get their own set of highly sought-after WWDC enamel pins. 2021's enamel pins include a "21" pin to denote the year, a Finder icon, a dizzy emoji, a blue iMessage bubble reading "Make it beta," a WWDC pin, and a running rabbit.
Images of this year's swag were shared on Twitter by Chain Reaction Games.
Apple's yearly Worldwide Developer Conference kicks off on June 7 and will continue until June 11 and will be held online to mitigate the unnecessary spread of COVID-19. The Keynote will be streamed at apple.com, the Apple Developer app, the Apple TV app, and YouTube at 10:00 AM PT/1:OOPM ET,
A Platforms State of the Union will stream exclusively via the Apple Developer app and website at 2:00 PM PT/5:00 PM ET.
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