updated 02:05 am EDT, Wed June 20, 2012
Session videos available to developers only
While over 5,000 developers were able to attend this year's Worldwide Developer Conference, many thousands more were unable to attend, either due to logistics, expense or the fact that tickets sold out in under two hours and were gone before coders on the East Coast had even awoken. In addition to the keynote which has been posted on Apple's site, iTunes and YouTube, the company has now released the session videos.
Session videos are only available to registered members of the Apple Developer Connection, and developers can download the videos for free from the ADC web portal or through iTunes U (developer login required). There are over 100 videos of all the sessions, but most fall under the developers' Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) and cannot be discussed publicly.
Topics include technical changes to iOS 6 and Mountain Lion, hardware such as the Retina MacBook Pro, iCloud, core OS services, Safari, QuickTime, Game Center, tools, graphics and games. Apple's new applications that have hooks for developers to add onto, such as Passbook and the new Maps app, are also the subject of lectures and labs.