Apple’s WWDC 2013 will be taking place on June 10, and we’re already expecting a new Mac Pro, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro to come out of the show, but how in the world are you going to navigate the show to see what Apple and developers have to unveil at the show? Lucky for you, Apple just published the official WWDC app to help relieve you some of the stress of attending the show.
The WWDC 2013 application will help attendees find sessions, locations for events and lab spots while offering descriptions of everything going on during the show. Registration will be handled using Passbook, making it possible for attendees to show their credentials without having to print out a bunch of documents. Developers can also make their favorites syncable to other iOS devices, making it easier to see them across multiple devices.
The WWDC 2013 app will also push out the latest news as well as snapshots at the end of each day the show will run, which if you’re a regular trade show attendee, will be vital since you can miss a lot of stuff while attending meetings.
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