Apple sending RSVPs to developers for WWDC 2022

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Apple is preparing to hold its first in-person Apple Event since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic and has invited a limited number of developers to take part in WWDC 2022.

Apple accepted submissions from registered developers to join the special event from May 9 through May 11 for a chance to be invited to Apple Park to take part in WWDC festivities.

As with the last several Apple Events, the WWDC keynote will be pre-recorded and streamed via the internet. In addition, attendees will get the chance to watch the videos at Apple Park alongside Apple's engineers and designers.

They will also be among the first to tour the new Developer Center facility at the campus.

Invitations are now being sent out to the developers selected to participate, as spotted by 9to5mac.

The participants must follow Apple's "health and safety protocols" and submit a negative COVID-19 test no older than 72 hours before the event. Wearing a mask is considered optional but may change depending on local laws.