Apple Inc. has finally released over 100 videos of the recently held World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) - a move that is likely to help reduce the agony of thousands who desperately wanted to be a part of the widely celebrated event, but could not make it for whatever reason.
The videos, which are available in the iTunes store now, reportedly cover the company’s announcements regarding the Mac OS X Lion, iCloud, iOS 5.0, just to name a few.
The videos are available in both SD (standard definition), as well as in HD (high-definition) format.
Also, the videos are there for all of the leading Apple platforms including the iMac, iPod. Apple TV, iPad devices.
“Developers seeking to review the videos must be a registered member of Apple's Apple Developer Connection and logged into their account before being able to browse and download sessions through the company's iTunes software.,” according to the technology website Apple Insider.
Also, this year Apple has divided its session tracks into 6 core sub-categories - Internet and Web, Media, Games, App Frameworks, Core OS and Graphic.
The iPhone maker fully utilized this year’s WWDC event to reveal the company’s future plans involving the Mac OS X Lion, iOS 5 etc, scheduled to hitting the market sometimes in the coming July itself.