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Apple today released a new iOS app [App Store] to assist attendees at the company's Worldwide Developers Conference next week. The app provides a number of scheduling and informational items including news and photos from the conference, as well as the ability to make reservations to meet with Apple staff at various labs throughout the conference.

The WWDC 2011 app is your mobile guide to the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference. Access a range of conference information on-the-go from your iPhone or iPad. You can quickly search the conference schedule, make a reservation at the User Interface, App Review, iTunes Connect, Program Support, or Developer Publications lab, view floor diagrams of Moscone West, and create a custom schedule of the sessions, labs, and events you plan on attending.

WWDC is a universal application supporting all iOS devices running iOS 4.2 or later.

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Top Rated Comments

SockRolid Avatar
170 months ago
Can't wait to try it on my Apple TV!

[...] WWDC is a universal application supporting all iOS devices running iOS 4.2 or later. [...]

It'll be awesome to see this through Apple TV on my 60" Sony SXRD HDTV set.

Oh. Wait...
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Alexander Avatar
170 months ago
Yes, they didn't have anything like this last year,

Uh, yeah they did. It was distributed only to attendees either via email or the developer download site, I forget which, and you had to install it manually via iTunes.
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Laird Knox Avatar
170 months ago
Would be nice if they had a keynote app for watching the streaming feeds. :)
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pbush25 Avatar
170 months ago

Note: I am not attending the WWDC, if this is why I can't get it, that makes sence.

That's not it. Their servers are down. I'm on the phone with them right now.
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