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With WWDC less than two weeks away now, Apple has released WWDC 2.0 for iPhone and iPad today on the App Store. The update revamps the user interface to reflect the design changes introduced with iOS 7 at last year’s WWDC conference. The update also includes a new icon to reflect the design changes: from dark purple to bright orange. The update also includes the latest schedule for this year’s conference (or as much as it will reveal) so developers attending the conference will want to download and reference it soon.

The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference is scheduled to kick off on June 2 in San Francisco, just 12 days from today, where Apple will introduce the next versions of both iOS and OS X.

Our own Mark Gurman has reported earlier this month that the conference will focus heavily on the major design changes coming to the Mac operating system as the first follow up to Mavericks, OS X 10.10, is revealed publicly. The latest version of iOS will also be demoed including new health-centric software called Healthbook, new iPad multitasking features, and more.

The updated conference schedule within the app also confirms the much-viewed keynote given at WWDC.

WWDC 2.0 is available for free for iOS 7.1 and higher on the App Store.

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