Apple releases WWDC session videos, slides to developers

Apple releases WWDC session videos, slides to developers

The video archives of all of the WWDC 2011 sessions are now live on iTunes for iOS and Lion developers. The videos cover all of the various topics that were discussed by Apple engineers at the conference earlier this month.

In order to watch the videos you will need a developer account as the site requires a login. The topics are covered under NDA but in general developers will be getting a closer look at how to integrate iCloud services, Twitter authentication, the new Notification Center and more into their iOS apps. That doesn’t take into account the new features available in Lion like versioning, multitouch navigation, resuming and, of course, iCloud services.

In addition to all of the sessions videos, Apple also has the slides used in the presentations available in digital booklet format.

If you’re a developer that didn’t attend WWDC, or if you just want to catch a session that you missed, you can see the sessions in standard definition here or HD here. The sessions must be downloaded on a Mac or PC and are not streamable, although you can stream them on an iPad.

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