Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will return this summer, as if there were any doubt. The company announced the dates Tuesday—June 6 through 10—and confirmed that it will again be an online-only affair.
Before the pandemic, Apple hosted WWDC in person at San Jose’s McEnery Convention Center. But this marks the third year in a row that Apple opted for an online-only event, even though it is asking employees to return to their offices this month.
Few major tech conferences and events have fully returned to their original in-person formats, though. Google’s May I/O event will be a hybrid one, and last month’s Game Developers Conference (GDC) was also a hybrid event, albeit one with a substantial in-person presence.
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