Opening of the first iOS Development Academy in Naples

If you usually follow the keynotes that Apple celebrates every year, in particular the developer conference that the company celebrates in June and where it presents all the news of the different operating systems that will arrive in September, the company always pays special attention to developers continually pampered, although sometimes the App Store's strict guidelines cause many to abandon the iOS platform due to incompetence and little help from app reviewers before their arrival on the App Store.

Few months ago we inform you of the company's plans to create the first center for iOS developers in Italy in Europe. Months later, the Cupertino-based company has just inaugurated this one inside the city of Naples. The academy opens its doors so that anyone interested in developing applications for the iOS ecosystem can enroll in this academy, where they will learn to program on iOS.

During the opening ceremony, Apple said it was delighted to be able to help the next generation of entrepreneurs in Italy and across the continent to acquire the skills needed to succeed. The first course will begin in October and will allow 200 students to begin entering the world of iOS programming.

Today the App Store has just under 2 million applications. In Europe, more than 1.2 million people are dedicated to developing applications for this ecosystem which has generated nearly 10,000 million dollars for developers on the old continent. Apple's interest in developers is logical, because without them the company's devices would not have become synonymous with quality in terms of applications and games, since today many applications are only available in the iOS ecosystem and at the moment there is no intention of landing on Android.

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