WWDC 2010 iPhone App Officially Introduced by Apple
For all those attending the biggest Apple event of the year today, WWDC 2010, it appears Apple has made available an official iPhone OS app which enables the attendees to check on sessions, receive updates, and mark favourites.
According to Filip Truta of Softpedia, by way of Macstories, the application called WWDC10 for iPhone is only available and downloadable by those that hold a ticket to the Worldwide Developer Conference 2010 in San Francisco.
The attendees will be required to login using their Apple ID and password of their developer account which they activated their ticket with and will be offered a download link to the WWDC10 app.
Apparently the source has stated that the WWDC10 app is “one of the nicest things Apple has done on the iPhone in a while,” and features filtering functions, shows parking areas availability in the San Francisco Moscone Center, and Yerba Buena gardens along with others, and delivers the ability to browse WWDC locations.