WWDC Sessions Now Accessible for ADC Members on iTunes

In a significant shift from traditional methods, Apple has phased out DVDs and transitioned the distribution of WWDC sessions and presentation materials to iTunes, a move that initially catered exclusively to Select and Premiere members of the Apple Developer Connection (ADC).

Recently, I received an email from ADC with the subject “Watch Mac OS X State of the Union,” which appears to extend this offering to all ADC members, removing previous restrictions based on membership levels.

Unfortunately, the content is still exclusive to those logged into their ADC accounts, so we cannot provide a direct link here.

[Update: Feedback from our readers indicates that while general State of the Union sessions are now accessible, more exclusive content, such as detailed developer resources, remains limited to holders of the Leopard Early Starter Kit.]


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