If you were lucky enough to get a ticket to Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2012) event this year, it seems that Apple has just released the event schedule for it as well as a new application for attendees to use while they are present at it. In addition to that, Apple has confirmed its keynote to be at June 11 at 10am PDT and apparently it is said to include both iOS and OS X announcements. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the keynote, it is basically the session during which new products and services are likely to be launched.
If Apple developers want to view the complete list of sessions and labs that will be available at the event, you will have to sign in with your Apple IDs on the WWDC Schedule Page through which you will be privileged to the sessions covering different categories and platforms over the event which will span five days. With regards to the application, Apple says that it will allow attendees to browse the conference schedule, view sessions and labs that they have marked as favorites through the event website and it will receive notifications on any of the latest news from WWDC 2012. In addition to that, sessions can apparently be exported from the website into iCal. WWDC 2012 will begin on June 11 and will end on June 15 at the Moscone West in San Francisco. If you’re looking to download the WWDC 2012 application, just click here to visit the App Store now.
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