Staying true to its motto “There is an app for that”, http://apple.com” target=”_blank”>Apple just made their new app for the upcoming WWDC 2014 available for download. Introduced at around last year’s WWDC, Apple programmers addressed several issues including “screen freeze” and inability to log-on. The new app promises to be quicker, with updated event schedule as well as description of each break-out session. These is even a handy interior map of San Francisco’s http://moscone.com” target=”_blank”>Moscone Center for those attending. Short for “https://developer.apple.com/wwdc/” target=”_blank”>Apple Worldwide Developers Conference”, the https://developer.apple.com/wwdc/” target=”_blank”>WWDC is one of the most important gathering for Apple. Originally set to be more software oriented, all that changed in 2003 when the late Steve Jobs unveiled the new Power Mac G5 desktop. And as with every WWDC since then, many are expecting a slew of announcements next week, including the new Apple iPhone 6. You can download the new WWDC app from Apple for free now and be sure to tune-in next Monday, June 2nd.