During this years WWDC keynote event Apple previewed OS X Lion, iOS 5 and shared its plan for the upcoming cloud based service called iCloud. With no announcement about iPhone 5 the event was completely dedicated to software. The company has now posted videos of WWDC 2011 sessions on iTunes and updated Apple’s developer page to include all that took place during Apple’s full-week event.
The sessions include videos and slideshows for 109 different sessions, covering App Frameworks (32 sessions), Core OS (13 sessions), Developer Tools (20 sessions), Graphics, Media and Games (24 sessions), and Internet and Web (19 sessions.) The videos on the developer page were supposed to be posted earlier but Apple failed to update them, however, now they are available in iTunes.
Registered developers have access to SD or HD video of the event and can get them by visiting the Development Videos page and clicking on “Log in to iTunes” on the bottom left. WWDC is Apple’s annual conference for registered developer’s to come together and explore the latest and greatest offerings from Apple.
iOS and OS X developers can now relive the conference with over 109 videos, covering every major WWDC topic in detail, and perhaps get ready for WWDC 2012.