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Apple updates WWDC app for 2015 event, confirms June 8 keynote at 10 a.m. Pacific

Apple on Wednesday confirmed the full schedule for the 2015 Worldwide Develoeprs Conference — including the keynote presentation on June 8 — and released version 3.0 of the WWDC iOS app, introducing a new Apple Watch companion.

As anticipated, the keynote will start at 10 a.m. Pacific time on Monday, and run until noon. Apple is expected to reveal a number of products, such as iOS 9 and OS X 10.11, a new Apple TV set-top, and a rebranded Beats Music.

After the keynote Apple will have over 100 sessions on topics such as app frameworks, design, enterprise support, and graphics technology. This year will be the first with sessions dedicated to Apple Watch design, as well as the company's HealthKit and ResearchKit platforms.

Specialized labs will let developers get help from Apple engineers on topics like user interface design, new technologies, and submitting and selling on the App Store.

The Watch app lets users access information about the conference from their wrist, including event schedules, and details such as locations and topics.

Also new to the iOS app is the ability to add sessions to the iOS Calendar, listen to session audio recordings after exiting the app, and comment on session videos from the Videos tab.