Apple has opened sign-ups for ‘Activities’ which enable remote developers to actively participate in this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) festivities.
Apple introduced WWDC Digital Lounges in 2021, providing developers with the opportunity to engage in online discussions with Apple engineers and designers. This year, the experience returns for WWDC23, renamed simply as Activities.
Developers can now register on the Apple Developer website to participate in a Slack group where they can chat immediately after the upcoming keynote.
Starting from June 6, developers can join an assortment of activities within these online group chats, led by Apple engineers, designers, and other experts.
Earlier this week, Apple updated its WWDC 2023 event website with the line “Code new worlds,” which hints at the expected announcement of the company’s first AR/VR headset.
“Mark your calendars for an exhilarating week of technology and community. Be among the first to learn the latest about Apple platforms, technologies, and tools,” wrote Apple.
“You’ll also have the opportunity to engage with Apple experts and other developers. All online and at no cost.”
The headset, rumoured to be called Reality Pro, should give developers plenty of scope to express their creativity.
You can find out more information about Activities and sign-up via Apple’s website here.
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