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Beginning October 25, Apple will host ‘Tech Talks’ for developers.

This year, Apple is bringing back its developer-focused “Tech Talks” event. Starting next week, Apple said it will provide more than 100 live online sessions, allowing developers to “meet with Apple professionals during office hours to help you create your best apps yet.”

The dates for Tech Talks 2021 are October 25 to December 17. For further information, see the links below…

Up until 2015-2016, Apple conducted Tech Talks on a semi-regular basis. Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, this year’s return of the Tech Talks program is purely virtual, although Apple previously conducted Tech Talk events in several places.

Developers have a variety of alternatives to choose from. Live sessions are first and foremost:

Our live sessions can help you integrate the latest technologies into your apps, learn techniques and best practices, and get your questions answered in a group setting. Register now to learn about advancements in machine learning, SwiftUI, and more. Sessions have limited capacity so that we can best answer your questions. Select sessions are available in Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, and Spanish.

Apple specialists will also be available for consultation:

Meet with Apple experts for one-on-one 30-minute conversations about Apple technologies, design, coding, app review, and App Store Connect. We’ll help you improve your app, refine its design, resolve issues, and better understand guidelines and tools. Appointments are available in local time and language for Japan and Korea, and in local time for several regions.

Apple states that current Apple Developer Program and Apple Developer Enterprise Program members can now register. The first round of Tech Talks will begin on October 25, and Apple will publish fresh sessions and office hours every two weeks on the web and in the Apple Developer app (November 1, 15, and 29).

“Every single day, developers around the world are creating incredible apps and games for our platforms, and it’s our goal to provide them with every resource we can to help make the hard work they put in that much easier and more impactful,” said Susan Prescott, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations. “Our team is looking forward to connecting with even more developers around the world so we can better support the important work of this incredibly valued community, and listen to and learn from them.”

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