Apple expands resources for developers with “Meet with Apple Experts” program

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Apple is taking a significant step to bolster its developer community by introducing “Meet with Apple Experts,” a comprehensive global resource designed to enhance developers’ capabilities and support their app development endeavors. This initiative, detailed in a recent press release, aims to facilitate developers in accessing a wealth of knowledge, tools, and guidance directly from Apple’s experts.

“Meet with Apple Experts” offers developers a plethora of resources, including more than 50 sessions, workshops, consultations, and more. These resources are immediately available, with a blend of online and in-person activities, ensuring global accessibility for developers seeking insights, support, and feedback from Apple’s specialists.

The program encompasses a wide range of focus areas, such as iOS 17, iPadOS 17, watchOS 10, visionOS, and more. Developers can dive deep into these topics, learning how to optimize their apps and games for the latest hardware releases. Additionally, the program assists developers in refining their App Store marketing strategies, harnessing the power of analytics for performance tracking, and enhancing customer acquisition.

Registered developers and members of the Apple Developer Program and Apple Developer Enterprise Program can start benefiting from the “Meet with Apple Experts” program right away. By visiting the Apple Developer website, developers can explore the various sessions and resources available, kickstarting their journey towards developing top-notch apps and games.

Apple’s commitment to supporting its developer community is evident through initiatives like “Meet with Apple Experts.” As the digital landscape continues to evolve, Apple strives to empower developers with the knowledge and tools necessary to create innovative and impactful applications. 

Additionally, Apple recently sent invites to developers for a free app optimization workshop. The company also announced that iOS app and game developers could offer pre-orders on a regional basis

Written by Gizem Yılmaz


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