Those lucky enough to be attending Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference have begun receiving schedules for the event, though it doesn’t reveal much new information.
The Worldwide Developer Conference, or WWDC, is held each year by Apple to show off what’s next for its various operating systems. It is generally focused on developers, but the main keynote address is geared toward consumer audiences as well.
A partial schedule has been shared by one attendee named Paul Hudson. AppleInsider hasn’t been able to find a full schedule, as attendees seem hesitant to share the details in case of reprisal.
According to a tweet from Hudson, there will be a “Special Evening Activity” that attendees “won’t want to miss.” There is no indication of what this is, though speculation is already running wild.
Hudson also mentions a smaller event will be held Tuesday at the Apple Developer Center to discuss the latest announcements. The rest of the visible schedule appears run-of-the-mill.
Apple has announced the schedule for the #WWDC23 special event at Apple Park, including a Special Evening Activity “you won’t want to miss”
Plus: there’s a smaller event at the Apple Developer Center on Tuesday, to “discuss some of the latest announcements.” pic.twitter.com/o1QOa03b7h
— Paul Hudson (@twostraws) May 16, 2023
The event kicks off Monday, June 5, with a pre-recorded keynote at 10:00 a.m. PDT. Attendees will view the keynote as a video, likely shown in Apple Park near the cafeteria, though the schedule isn’t specific, saying “Apple Park.”
Lunch is scheduled for 12:00 p.m. PDT at Cafe Macs followed by the State of the Union at 1:30 p.m. PDT. The remainder of the cropped schedule shows a team meet and a couple of tours.
Apple likes to be secretive, so the “Special Evening Activity” could simply be the usual WWDC bash with live music. Some speculate it’ll be a hands-on session with the expected Apple VR Headset.
Whatever that event is, it seems WWDC will be yet another exciting event for attendees. The remainder of WWDC week will focus on pre-recorded sessions while those who attended in-person visit the Developers Center next door.
This story originally appeared on Appleinsider