Apple makes WWDC video sessions free for registered developers

Did you miss out on attending Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference this year? Not to worry. If you are a registered developer, you can now download all the session videos from apple.com for free.

Did you miss out on attending Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference this year? Not to worry. If you are a registered developer, you can now download all the session videos from apple.com for free. With more than 100 sessions available in HD or standard definition as well as presentation slides, you will be able to get all the information.

You must be registered with the Apple Developer program to gain access to these videos. Registration is free and is as simple as filling out a short questionnaire about your experience developing for Apple (even if you are new) and your plans for applications that you might create. You will then have access to technical resources and tools for developing on iOS and Mac OS X.

Keep in mind that Apple retains the right to keep the content of the WWDC10 session videos under the confidentiality agreement found in the Apple Developer Agreement.


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