Apple's Annual Shareholders Meeting to Take Place on February 26 at Apple Park, Pre-Registration Required

Apple's annual shareholders meeting is set to take place at the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park at 9:00 a.m. on February 26, 2020, Apple said today in a filing with the SEC.

Apple has been holding its shareholder meetings at Steve Jobs Theater since 2018, and because space is limited, the company requires shareholders to pre-register for the event.

Shareholders can register to attend the meeting at Proxyvote.com starting at 8:00 a.m. Pacific Time on February 4, 2020. Apple says that registration will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

The record date for the meeting is January 2, 2019, and only shareholders as of the record date who have registered in advance and have a valid registration confirmation will be allowed to enter the meeting or vote at the annual meeting.

Apple's annual shareholder meetings are not typically interesting to the general public, and Apple executives share little about Apple products. Apple CEO Tim Cook did make a few comments last year about Apple's services business and roadmap, so similar information could be shared this year.

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3 weeks ago
I attended the first Apple Shareholders meeting in the Steve Jobs Theatre on February 13, 2018 and I have to say the experience was pretty cool. I got to see the theatre, which is a really great space, and take a lot of pictures. I met so many amazing people including some original Apple employees (imagine what their stock is worth now). And the entire campus was still pretty new and shiny; there was no way to convince anyone to let you near the main building which I believe may be different now if you have friends working there. The Apple Visitor Centre at Apple Park also has some exclusive paraphernalia you cannot buy anywhere else though I was disappointed that the "I visited the Mothership" T-shirt I got at the 1 Infinite Loop location years ago was no longer being sold; I mean, how perfect is that for Apple Park?

If you have complaints and want answers pay attention to the fact you can ask questions during the shareholders portion of the meeting but no one is going to answer them. Save your questions for Tim Cooks Q&A afterwards where is does answer questions. Unless, of course, you simply want to be heard to complain. Yeah, you know who you are MR regulars.

If you are an Apple Shareholder and have the time I would strongly recommend you make the trip just for the fun of it. Heck, sell a couple shares to pay for the trip! P.S. Those tickets go fast so don't hesitate when booking.

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3 weeks ago
At $300 a share and in a great position it ought to be a good meeting. ;)
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