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Apple has today updated its dedicated mobile app for its Worldwide Developers Conference, beginning on June 8. As in previous years, the app will provide attendees with access to information on upcoming sessions, news, venue maps and videos. But this year the app does something else, as well: It works on the Apple Watch.

Now sporting a purple app icon and theme instead of orange, the app doesn’t accidentally give away any details about forthcoming announcements by labeling sessions as « To Be Announced » or with other, funny titles like « It’s About Time, » « You’ll Be Talking About This One, » « Oh No We Didn’t, » « Shhhhhhhh!, » and more.

Developers attending the event will be able to add their pass to Passbook for faster check-in, while those who won’t be there will be able to follow along by watching streaming video sessions from the app. These videos can also be downloaded for later viewing, and can…

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Apple Updates Its WWDC App With 2015 Conference Details, Apple Watch Support

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