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Apple made available session videos from its Worldwide Developer Conference, which took place in San Francisco on June 9, 2008.

The videos are broken up into three categories: iPhone, Mac and IT. The iPhone section has 57 session videos, The Mac has 92 videos, and IT has 56 sessions.

iPhone sessions at WWDC included designing applications with Interface Builder, user interface design, game development, multi-touch events and gestures, text input, networking, and integration of technologies like Apple’s Address Book API.

Mac development included topics from advanced media application development to Cocoa tips and tricks, as well as a class on developing plug-ins for Aperture, Apple’s professional photography workflow software.

IT sessions included best practices for migration of OS X Server, large scale deployments of Xsan, iCal Server services, and deploying Final Cut Server.

All of the videos are available free from iTunes U for all developers with an Apple Developer Premiere Account.

Update: Changed the story to reflect that the videos are free for developers with a premiere ADC account.

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