WWDC 2010: New iPhone App for Attendees

By Peter Chubb - Jun 6, 2010

WWDC 2010 is little under a day away now and for those attendees of the show who will need some help knowing where what is and when, then you will be pleased to know that there is a new iPhone app available. This application will make life easier when trying to find sessions.

According to MacStories, iPhone users will be able to download the app via developer.apple.com/wwdc/app and offers a searchable list of sessions, which have been sorted by date for ease. The user will then be able to search for an event as it happens or see what sessions will be coming up later during the Worldwide Developers Conference 2010.

We have to point out that the app is not available to everyone – just those who will be attending the conference. To download you will have to login in with the account that you used when you purchased your ticket for WWDC 2010.

The event is always popular and this year was is no different, with tickets selling out in just 8 days. The main focus is expected to be iPhone OS 4.0, but we hope that Steve Jobs will announce the launch of the new 2010 iPhone that we already know so much about.

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