Apple Launches New Developer YouTube Account to Share WWDC 2024 Videos

In preparation for WWDC 2024, Apple today launched a new Apple Developer YouTube account, which will be used to share WWDC sessions and events that developers can follow along with.

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Apple has seeded the new account with a selection of videos from WWDC 2023, and this gives us an idea of the kind of content that we can expect to see during the WWDC 2024 season.

Videos are organized into playlists by topic, making it easy to find content on the App Store, Swift, Spatial Computing, Safari, and more.

In the WWDC 2024 announcement, Apple said that developers can experience WWDC24 throughout the week on YouTube, referencing the new YouTube channel. Apple also plans to share content on the developer website and the Apple Developer app. Videos uploaded to YouTube will include all of the different video sessions that Apple holds on the latest software updates.

WWDC 2024 is set to kick off on Monday, June 10, and we are expecting to see iOS 18, iPadOS 18, macOS 15, and more.

(Thanks, Dylan!)

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coffeemilktea Avatar
16 weeks ago
I actually really appreciate this; somehow it's just a little easier to look through all the videos if it's on YouTube as opposed to Apple's own site. ?
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Fuzzball84 Avatar
16 weeks ago

No one wants to program anymore. Let the computers do it.
AI AI Captain

Interestingly, i wonder how many people have been caught out pretending to be programmers and using AI exclusively.
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picpicmac Avatar
16 weeks ago

Comments disabled lol
The best way to keep the trolls away.
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name99 Avatar
16 weeks ago

I actually really appreciate this; somehow it's just a little easier to look through all the videos if it's on YouTube as opposed to Apple's own site. ?
I was going to ask the opposite question: what's the point of this?
The Apple Developer App (the location for these things in the past) is hardly a triumph of UI engineering, but it's a cold drink in hell compared to the godawful UI mess that is YouTube.

Does Apple believe there's a large pool of developers interested in their WWDC videos, but who don't own an iPhone?
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infinitedreams Avatar
16 weeks ago
Comments disabled lol
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Fuzzball84 Avatar
16 weeks ago

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Apple sure are acting more and more like…
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