Apple updated their official WWDC app earlier today in preparation for the upcoming WWDC 2016.
The app, now at version 5.0, has received a new dark icon and a tvOS version to stream and download videos for WWDC 2016 on the big screen. It's also possible to watch videos from previous conferences from the Apple TV. Live streaming is now possible on iOS and tvOS, and the iPad version also supports iOS 9 multitasking for Split View and Slide Over.
In addition to a dark interface, the update has brought a preliminary list of sessions that developers will be able to attend during the event. As it's been the case for the past few years, Apple hasn't included the real names of the sessions yet as they would reveal the company's announcements beforehand. This year, Apple has opted for Swift-inspired session placeholders such as
ourLips = sealedOnThisOneToo and
aWatchedPot != boils. The full schedule of every technical session will be announced after the opening keynote on Monday, June 13.
You can get version 5.0 of the WWDC app from the App Store.