Apple has announced that those looking to be part of the in-person WWDC screening on June 6 will be able to submit their request to attend from May 9.
Part of Apple Park has been evacuated amid what local reports call a "possible hazmat situation" with first responders on-scene.
Apple has filed a trademark for its Apple Park headquarters for the purposes of conducting augmented reality tours of the campus.
French TV channel TF1 got an exclusive look around Apple Park along with some interviews with some of Apple's top brass.
People seem to really like working from home, but Apple doesn't seem to like them doing it. There can be only one winner here and whether it will be Apple is very much up to its own policies.
Apple is struggling to hire talent and then keep it thanks to the cost of living associated with living close to Apple Park.
Apple has told employees that its new hybrid work policy will remain, despite calls for it to be made more flexible to allow additional time working from home.
The CEO, in a town hall meeting with Apple employees on Thursday, also said that working remotely will become more of a norm moving forward.
Apple Park has been closed for weeks, but Apple recently told employees that some will be returning to the office starting June 15.
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