If you’re lucky enough to be attending Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference this year, which kicks off on June 11, you can now start planning which sessions to hit.
This year’s WWDC sold out just a few hours after tickets went on sale. And while we don’t expect the company to show off the iPhone 5 at the event, we will hear more about iOS 6 and the upcoming OS X Mountain Lion. Apple says there will be more than 100 sessions and labs, as well as six technical tracks: Essentials; App Services; Developer Tools; Graphics, Media and Games; Safari and the Web; and Core OS.
In addition to letting you schedule your WWDC time, the official iOS app includes a map of the Moscone West conference center, photos and daily news. And of course, keep an eye on VentureBeat for all of the breaking news coming out of WWDC.
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