Apple announces WWDC 2016 scholarship winners

By AppleInsider Staff 

Apple on Monday began sending out notifications to lucky students and STEM organization members selected to receive a scholarship to this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, offering winners the chance to attend without paying the $1,599 ticket price.

As seen in the image above, Apple’s scholarship notifications feature the same Swift code typography used in the company’s WWDC 2016 announcement and accompanying promotional material. The coding language will apparently feature prominently at this year’s event, which focuses on Apple’s four operating systems, iOS, OS X, watchOS and tvOS.

Like last year’s WWDC, Apple made 350 scholarships available to students and STEM organization members from around the world, with up to 125 receiving travel assistance. Applicants had to submit an app on which they worked demonstrating “creative use of Apple…

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