Apple and its iOS platform have managed to create a world of opportunities for entrepreneurs in the app development world. This is true in the US, but it’s also true in Europe. European app developers have raked in $11 billion in App Store sales and there are an estimated 1.4 million European app developers currently building apps. Due to these numbers, Apple has chosen to open an iOS Development Center in Naples, Italy with the goal of supporting and cultivating this community. Apple has also said that it plans to open more development centers in Europe in the future, but has not released any details about those projects. It’s still unknown how Apple will enroll students and whether or not it will have tuition fees. Check out the article below for all the information about the topic!
Read the full article here: Apple Opens Doors For Future iOS App Developers At Its First European Dev Center