Apple Posts WWDC 2012 Session Videos for Developers

Just four days after the conclusion of Apple’s 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco, CA, Apple has now posted the full set of WWDC session videos for developers on its website and iTunes. Going by tweets on Twitter, it seems this maybe the fastest ever Apple has made these videos available. In order to access the videos, you must have a registered Apple Developer account. A registered Apple Developer account is available for free.

Apple used to charge several hundred of dollars for these videos, but removed the charged in 2010 as the company restructured its developer programs to lower the cost of entry.

There are over 100 session videos available. The videos are extremely helpful to those who are interested in developer for OS X and iOS. The quick availability for videos is also helpful for developers who were unable to attend WWDC due to the quick sell out of tickets this year.

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