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Apple has reportedly set April 11, 2022, as the date its staff in the US have to return to Apple Park, and other offices.
Like most corporations, Apple has attempted to set return-to-office dates for its staff multiple times over the course of the coronavirus pandemic. Most recently, though, it had delayed this return indefinitely, but it's now said to have chosen April 11, 2022.
According to Mark Gurman on Twitter, and via financial services businessBloomberg Terminal, the April 11 date applies to US corporate employees. There is no indication of whether a date has been set for international staff.
Nor are there any further details. Previously Apple has said at different times that it will allow staff to work remotely either for a two-week, or a one-month period.