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Mac and iOS developers who attended this year's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco last week can now relive more than 100 sessions, thanks to Apple posting videos of the event on Tuesday.
Apple posted session videos from WWDC 2012 on Tuesday evening, barely four days after the event wrapped up at Moscone West in San Francisco last Friday. More than 100 session videos are available from the company's developer website, as well as via iTunes and the iTunes U app.
While the session videos are free, they're not available to just anyone. Access to the WWDC 2012 videos is limited to developers only, requiring at least a free Apple Developer account in order to sign in.
WWDC 2012 sold out within two hours, a new record for the event. At the June 11 keynote, Apple CEO Tim Cook and other executives introduced the new MacBook Pro with Retina Display as well as previews of OS X Mountain Lion and iOS 6.
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