The expensive $1,599 price tag and ridiculously fast sell-out times of Worldwide Developers Conference tickets makes it nearly impossible for many people to attend the annual developer event. Fortunately, Apple is understanding and has made all of the conference material available through its official WWDC app.
Looking to make it even easier for us regular folks to access the content, Federico Viticci at MacStories notes that
Apple has uploaded (Update: Rene Ritchie of iMore clarifies that these videos were uploaded unofficially, and in violation of NDA policies) its WWDC 2013 session videos to a dedicated YouTube channel. Your opportunity to learn about everything from AirPrint and Cocoa Touch to OpenCL and Xcode is finally here, and all for free.