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Apple has brought its WWDC sessions to YouTube

A selection of WWDC 2023 sessions is now available on YouTube, and the 2024 sessions will be available there once they begin on June 10.

Apple has embraced online formats since COVID-19 forced the company to abandon in-person events temporarily. What exists today is a hybrid approach with in-person events and pre-recorded video and sessions.

These sessions have been available via the Apple Developer app, but will now also be viewable from YouTube. The Apple Developer Channel allows sessions to exist where people already consume video in a preferred format.

To keep the channel from being empty until WWDC 2024 kicks off on June 10, Apple has already populated the channel with sessions from WWDC 2023. There are 40 videos available on the channel now, with various playlists that cover specific topics.

Like other Apple channels on YouTube, comments are turned off.

Check out the existing sessions while you wait for Apple AI announcements in June. The conference is from June 10 to June 14.

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