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WWDC app gets new stickers and a new logo update


Apple’s WWDC app for iOS has been just updated ahead of the annual Worldwide Developer Conference starting in less than two weeks.

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The new update contains a new neon Apple logo for the app icon that is the same style as the unicorn on media invites that came out today. The company has also given us the opportunity to change the Apple logo. The app also comes with new stickers for iMessage.

The update also adds a new profile area for managing notifications and virtual queuing. Apple also updated the schedule for WWDC sessions, most of which have playfully mysterious titles. The real titles will be revealed after the June 3 keynote so none of the announcements are spoiled.

This year’s update adds a new profile area for managing notifications and virtual queuing. Apple also updated the schedule for WWDC sessions, most of which have playfully mysterious titles. The real titles will be revealed after the June 3 keynote so none of the announcements are spoiled.

Even if you’re not going to WWDC 2019 in person, the iOS app is still a useful tool. You can use it to watch live streamed sessions or download WWDC videos that you missed. Sessions can be started on one iOS device and then picked up from another iOS or Apple TV. It also gives you access to sample code, documents and other resources for learning new stuff.

For those lucky enough to attend WWDC 2019, you can use the app to add your pass to the Wallet app for checking in. It also has an indoor location tool to help you find your way around the San Jose McEnery Convention Center.


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