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Apple Developer Event to Be Online-Only for Third Year in a Row

Tim Cook during the virtual Apple WWDC in 2021.
Tim Cook during the virtual Apple WWDC in 2021.Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg

Apple Inc. will hold its annual Worldwide Developers Conference virtually for the third year in a row, a sign that major tech events are still a ways off from returning to pre-pandemic norms. 

The show, better known as WWDC, will take place online from June 6 to June 10, Apple said in a statement Tuesday. But in a slight shift from the previous two WWDC conferences, the company will allow a “limited” number of developers and students to watch the opening day keynote videos from its Apple Park headquarters in Cupertino, California.