WWDC 2024: New features added on Apple Developer app update

Apple Developer helps developers to keep tabs on emerging developments, including news and videos
The image is a WWDC 2024 poster. — Apple

The image is a WWDC 2024 poster. — Apple

With all eyes set over the inauguration of Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2024), slated to kick off next week, the entire landscape of technology world is flooded with rumours and reports claiming upgrades for Apple's flagship product lineups. 

Among this hype ingulding taking over everything else, Apple disperses the focus by bringing an update to its Apple Developer app alongside a spate of new features and enhancements to its functionality. 

At the keynote, awaiting its opening on Monday next week, Apple is also expected to introduce updated iterations of nearly every operating system its devices are based upon, including iOS, macOS, visionOS, and more. 

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Apple Developer app new features

Before we delve into the actual series of features offered inside the latest version of Apple Developer app, feast your ears and eyes with the following: It includes new iMessage stickers.

Just in case you're someone unfamiliar with the Apple Developer, know that it helps developers to keep tabs on emerging developments, including news and videos about Apple’s platforms.

Where to stream WWDC 2024

Besides letting developers be aware of what's the company is up to, Apple also uses the Apple Developer app to stream each and every session, or segment, of the WWDC it conducts on annual basis.

The latest update of the Apple Developer app now displays a relevant, to user's current video, video to play next after a video ends. What supplements its appeal is the inclusion of an option which allows to tap on the thumbnail of a video, and present it in full screen when the iPhone is in landscape mode.

Moreover, Apple claims to have looked into various bugs and errors that hindered the live streaming of its events, making it seamlessly functional for all the WWDC 2024 sessions it will stream next week.