Two weeks before the kickoff, Apple is officially confirming the WWDC14 timetable via an update to its WWDC app for iOS. The keynote address will start Monday, June 2, at 10AM Pacific.
Tim Cook and his fellow executives are inviting developers to the third floor of Moscone West where the stage will be set for Apple to unveil the latest advancements in mobile and desktop software, as well as new hardware.
The WWDC 2.0 iPhone app released moments ago reveals the full conference timetable, with an encouragement to “Download this update to get all the latest news and information for WWDC 2014 as it’s posted.”
Developers have long used this tool to stream videos from current and previous WWDC sessions, browse times and locations for sessions, labs, and special events, get descriptions of each event, mark schedule items, find their way around the WWDC center with a map view, and even provide feedback on content and speakers for each session. Nowadays developers can ensure the fastest check-in process with Passbook.
Localized in English only, WWDC 2.0 requires iOS 7.1 or later and is compatible with iPhone 4 or newer, iPad 2 and later, and iPod touch fifth generation. The app is free to download and use, but you must be a registered developer to employ its features.