Last week, Apple hosted its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, where over 5,000 developers descended upon the McEnery Convention Center for five days of coding labs and sessions, one-on-one consultations with Apple engineers, get-togethers, and even some early morning exercise.
Apple CEO Tim Cook with WWDC 2018 scholarship winners Among those developers were some 350 scholarship winners, who each received a complimentary WWDC ticket, lodging for the week, and a one-year membership in the Apple Developer Program.
Each year, students aged 13 or older at accredited schools and STEM organizations can apply to become a WWDC scholar. This year, Apple [...]
Apple tonight announced the developers and apps who received an Apple Design Award, marking what Apple thinks are some of the best apps for various Apple platforms.
This year, Apple chose a total of 10 apps that work across iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV, with the winners listed below: Agenda – A unique date-based note-taking app for iOS and Mac devices.
Bandimal – A music composing app that’s designed for kids and uses cute animal-based graphics.
Calzy – A modern calculator app for iPhone, iPad, iMessage, and Apple Watch.
iTranslate Converse – A translation app that’s designed to translate foreign languages in real [...]
In the months leading up to Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference each year, the company offers free WWDC scholarships to students and STEM organization members who don’t have the $1,599 necessary to purchase a ticket to the event.
When selected, the scholarship winners gain a free WWDC ticket, free lodging, and a free one year Apple developer membership. On Twitter today, Apple CEO Tim Cook celebrated these 350+ individuals with a quick video highlighting a few of the winners and their apps.
In the video, Cook is seen discussing the apps with the scholarship winners, who also briefly describe the projects they’re working on. Some apps [...]
Each year, Apple offers free WWDC scholarships to students and STEM organization members who don’t have the $1,599 necessary to purchase a ticket to the company’s annual developer conference.
For the upcoming 2018 event, Apple accepted scholarship applications from March 26 to April 1, and since then, Apple has been going through the submissions and choosing winners. As of today, all scholarship applicants who are being awarded with free WWDC attendance are receiving emails from Apple.
Apple is awarding up to 350 scholarships, all of which include a free WWDC ticket, free lodging, and a free one year Apple developer membership.