WWDC 2019 Swag Includes Reversible Jacket, Magnetic Pins, and Special T-Shirt for Scholarship Winners

WWDC 2019 officially kicks off tomorrow, but as usual, the check-in process began today. Developers have started to pick up their badges and WWDC swag, which this year includes a reversible jacket, an assortment of Apple-themed magnetic pins, a special t-shirt for scholarship winners, and more.

Here's a photo of the check-in area via WWDC 2019 scholar Zach Knox:

inside wwdc 2019 check in
Here's a photo of the swag courtesy of WWDC 2019 scholar Erik Martin:

wwdc 2019 jacket swag
It turns out the jackets are reversible and come in a variety of colors like red, orange, and cyan via Ethan Saadia and Paul Hudson:

blue wwdc 2019 jacket
wwdc 2019 jacket
WWDC 2019 scholars Erik Martin and Julian Schiavo:

wwdc 2019 scholars
Update: Apple is now hosting its WWDC Scholarship Kickoff at the Discovery Meadow park next to the McEnery Convention Center. We're told that Apple executive and WWDC scholar chaperone Esther Hare said 75 percent of WWDC 2019 scholarship winners are first-time scholars.

Here's another photo courtesy of Martin:

wwdc 2019 scholarship orientation
Apple is expected to unveil iOS 13, macOS 10.15, watchOS 6, and tvOS 13 at its WWDC keynote tomorrow, and it could have some surprise announcements in store, potentially including a preview of its long-awaited Mac Pro redesign.

MacRumors will have live coverage of the WWDC keynote on our website and on Twitter starting Monday at 10 a.m. Pacific Time. Apple will also be providing a live stream of the keynote on its website.

Top Rated Comments

Canyonero Avatar
48 months ago
Are you serious? A Tim Cook Memoji pin? He really thinks he’s a rockstar.
Score: 19 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Wowereit Avatar
48 months ago
Magnetic pins, maybe they will bring back Mag... oh, wait.
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Boil Avatar
48 months ago
I like the jacket...
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jsmith189 Avatar
48 months ago
That’s not Tim Cook. It’s a customized pin for the attendee.

This guy:


This is Tim Cook’s Memoji:



You’re one of those people who are so ready to criticize Tim Cook for anything that everything you see is skewed to be an attack on Cook.

Dude, your confirmation bias is showing and you’ve been outed.
Glad someone pointed it out lol.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ipedro Avatar
48 months ago
Are you serious? A Tim Cook Memoji pin? He really thinks he’s a rockstar.
That’s not Tim Cook. It’s a customized pin for the attendee.

This guy:


This is Tim Cook’s Memoji:



You’re one of those people who are so ready to criticize Tim Cook for anything that everything you see is skewed to be an attack on Cook.

Dude, your confirmation bias is showing and you’ve been outed.

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Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dogslobber Avatar
48 months ago
Where can I get one of those jackets?
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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