July 15, 2013
Non-developers can now access session videos from WWDC 2013. The videos, which total 98, were recently posted to YouTube. Apple never posts session videos to the public. In this case, someone using the name WWDCVideos did so. The sessions cover everything from iTunes Connect, working with WebKit, app sandboxing, and much, much more. According to iMore’s Rene Ritchie, whoever posted these videos did so in violation of Apple’s non-disclosure agreement (NDA). In other words, don’t be surprise if the videos are pulled very soon.
Those videos are officially NOT official, not posted by Apple, and in violation of NDA, in case anyone was still wondering. — Rene Ritchie (@reneritchie) July 15, 2013WWDC 2013 was held last month in San Francisco, Calif. During the Monday keynote, Apple unveiled iOS 7, OS X Mavericks, the new Mac Pro, among other new products. When $1,599 tickets to the annual one-week event went on sale, they were sold out within two minutes. You can find the session videos right here. See also: You Can Now Watch Apple's WWDC 2013 Keynote On YouTube, Social Media Suggests Ive More Popular Than Cook During WWDC 2013 Keynote, and A Review Of What We Got And Didn't Get From Apple At WWDC 2013.