With WWDC 2011 keynote event just 4 days away now, I can barely contain my excitement. I don’t care that there (probably) won’t be any announcement related to iPhone 5 / 4S – for me, it’s all about iOS 5 and iCloud. I’m beginning to get slightly bored of iOS 4, and I believe certain things – like notifications – are desperate for an overhaul.
If you’re looking forward to the start of the live keynote event on Monday just as much as I am, and you’re lucky enough to have a ticket, the best way to get set is with the WWDC 2011 app for your iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.
Like last year the WWDC application is your mobile guide to the conference, with access to a range of information such as the event’s schedule. You can also use it to make a reservation at the User Interface, App Review, iTunes Connect, Program Support, or Developers Publications labs; view floor diagrams of Moscone West; and create a custom schedule of the sessions, events, and labs you plan to attend.
Apple keeps you up-to-date with the latest announcements during the week via the application, and will publish photos daily from the sessions, labs and special events.
As usual the application is completely free to download, but you do have to be a WWDC attendee to use it unfortunately. Unless, of course, you know of a jailbreak tweak that provides access?