Apple today released a notice of the annual general meeting and a statement by proxy. A document submitted to the SEC confirms that Apple will hold its annual general meeting on March 4, 2022. The meeting, which is usually held at the Steve Jobs Theater, will be held this year entirely virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Apple says this year’s annual shareholders’ meeting will be virtual to “provide our shareholders and employees with a safe experience.” The meeting will be held this year at 9:00 PT.
The minutes for the Annual General Meeting are January 3, 2022. This means that you must have AAPL shares by this date to attend. Here’s what Apple says in a proxy statement:
We are pleased to welcome shareholders to the 2022 Annual General Meeting. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Annual General Meeting will be held in a virtual format to provide our shareholders and employees with a safe experience.
Online access to the website will open approximately 15 minutes before the start of the annual meeting. Attendance at the annual meeting is subject to capacity limits set by the virtual meeting platform provider.
Your voice is important to us. Even if you plan to attend the Annual General Meeting, we encourage you to vote in advance for your shares to ensure that your vote is represented at the Annual General Meeting.
The annual meeting of AAPL shareholders is never the most exciting Apple event of the year. However, that is a good indicator of what the company intends to focus on in the coming months. Last year, the meeting highlighted some interesting little things about Apple’s response to COVID-19, the threat of App Store regulations, Apple’s political contribution, and more.
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