In recent years Apple has posted the videos and materials of WWDC sessions within its developer portal. To access the sessions you needed to be a registered developer and pay your $99. This year Apple has made all presentations available to everyone. Now, sessions like "Harnessing Metadata in Audiovisual Media" and "Core iOS Application Architectural Patters" probably aren't going to have wide appeal, but some sessions will be interesting for the curious. Like if you want to learn more about Apple's Swift language, there are several videos available, for example.
It's an interesting move, but really its to Apple's benefit to get this information out to as many potential developers as possible.
- Taking stock of Apple's own OS X apps
- Continuity Activation Tool now for USB dongles
- The backstory on iOS 8's wallpaper
- Twelve South announces BookBook for iPhone 6/6+
- Apple's new touching The Song ad
- Video: Post-It Note App for iOS captures your notes
- iDevices looks to jumpstart Homekit adoption
- Initial Apple-IBM enterprise solutions announced
- OWC announces SSD upgrade for new Mac Pros
- Apple TV gets YouTube update
- iTunes features best of 2014
- Link: Gift Guide for Bourbon Drinkers
- iPad 2 ad Change
- Jimmy Iovine interview on selling Beats to Apple
- Elgato ships Thunderbolt 2 Dock
- Quora: Should Apple recall the iPhone 6 Plus?
- Link - iCloud security tips
- Other World Computing Holiday Specials
- Trans Intl Holiday Deals
- Pocket reveals interesting metrics on iPhone 6 vs 6 Plus
- Dropbox now integrated with Microsoft Office
- Having a Password Emergency Kit
- Corning announced Gorilla Glass 4
- Mythbusters explain Gorilla Glass
- Podcast: App Store Get vs Free, Pappy Van Winkle, CoD, Plus More!
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