At this year's Worldwide Developers Conference,
Apple engineers and experts shared hours of up-to-the-minute,
pre-release development details about Mac OS X, QuickTime,
WebObjects, and more.
We know how important it is that
developers have timely access to information in order to
extend the usability and functionality of their
applications, which is why the Apple Developer Connection is
pleased to introduce two flexible options for purchasing a
Select membership bundled with WWDC 2002 Sessions on ADC
- Select Membership PLUS all WWDC 2002 Sessions
on ADC TV and DVD-ROM
For US $1,200, developers receive
one full year of Select
member benefits, Mac OS X "Jaguar" Developer Preview on
CD-ROM, one developer
hardware discount, and access to all
available WWDC 2002 Sessions streamed via QuickTime on
ADC TV. The companion DVD-ROM set is expected to ship in
Developers can view a complete list of session
titles and descriptions online.
- Select Membership PLUS One "Set" of WWDC 2002 Sessions on ADC TV
For US $700, developers receive one
full year of Select member
benefits, Mac OS X "Jaguar" Developer Preview on CD-ROM,
one developer hardware
discount, and online-only access to one "Set" of sessions
focused on a specific technology category.
There are nine "Sets" to choose from and each one offers
access to 13-18 sessions streamed via QuickTime on ADC TV.
Read on for specific details about each
of the Session "Sets."
WWDC 2002 Sessions "Sets"
If you're not ready to
tackle the whole range of WWDC 2002 content, then these
technology-focused "Sets" are for you. Click the hyperlinked
titles to review the list of available sessions in each one:
As an added bonus, each "Set"
(except WebObjects) includes the following essential
sessions to help developers build intuitive and
well-received Mac OS X applications:
Buy a "Set" Now, Upgrade Later
Not all WWDC 2002 content can be
purchased as part of a Session "Set". There are
27 sessions, including
Internationalization topics, Speech Technologies, 802.11,
the new Address Book framework, and several others which can
only be viewed with the complete ADC TV and DVD-ROM set.
The good news is that members who buy one Session "Set" as
part of a Select membership bundle may upgrade
to the complete ADC TV and DVD-ROM product at any time for
US$500. Please note that even if you purchase multiple
"Sets," the upgrade price remains fixed at US$500.
Important Information About this Offer
ADC TV can be viewed by Macintosh
users on both Mac OS X and Mac OS 9 systems, and by Windows
users. QuickTime 5 is required for viewing. Internet
Explorer Web browser is recommended for best
A complete list of purchase instructions is available. ADC TV
sessions will become available for viewing immediately after
your payment clears in ADC Member Site. You can access sessions
you have purchased in ADC Member Site by clicking the "View ADC TV"
Note that sessions are indexed by the original track names
used at WWDC 2002, not by "Set" title. The best way to locate a session you
have purchased is to use the session number for
reference. For example,
session "904 - Using Interface Builder" is located in Member
Site in the "Tools (900s)" track.
Neither ADC TV access nor the DVD-ROM set are transferable.
For questions or assistance, contact ADC Programs.
ADC Premier Members and WWDC 2002 attendees automatically
receive ADC TV access and one (1) DVD-ROM set free.
Because of the pre-release status
of WWDC 2002 content, only ADC Select members, Premier
members, and WWDC 2002 attendees are currently eligible to
purchase and/or view ADC TV sessions online.
Current Select members may purchase
this bundle product as a membership renewal. To avoid duplicating membership
benefits, members should choose a renewal start date that
occurs after their current membership is due to expire. ADC
TV sessions will become available for viewing two business
days after payment clears.
2002 Apple Computer, Inc., all rights reserved
in the US and other countries. Unauthorized broadcast or
redistribution is prohibited.
Current Select members may purchase WWDC 2002 Sessions separately.
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ADC TV viewers have the choice of English
or Japanese audio track. And at a 300kbps stream rate, the 320
x 240 viewing window is now larger.
256 MB of physical
300 MB of free hard disk drive space
Mac OS 10.1 or later
On the DVD-ROM set, you'll find slides from the sessions in
PDF format. English or Japanese audio track selection will
be determined by QuickTime user preferences.