Learn to make apps for iOS 10 with this complete developer course

By , Aug 2, 2016

The long-awaited iOS 10 is right around the corner with a September release due date, and developers are already buzzing with excitement for the new features and opportunities in store for Apple’s latest system upgrade.

If you’ve been tempted to get into the game of app development, the time has never been better. The Complete iOS 10 Developer Course will set you up with the know-how and skills to corner the market on the hottest new app and jumpstart a successful career as a developer. For a limited time, you can pick up this great offer for $25 only (87% off).

Across 217 lectures and 30 hours of content, top-rated instructor Rob Percival–known for his groundbreaking iOS coding courses–will guide you through the steps to master iOS 10. Your training will familiarize you with a slew of updated iOS 10 features, with extensive resources on SiriKit, Messages, and Maps.

You’ll learn coding in Swift, Apple’s official programming language, and build 18 apps from scratch with Xcode 7 to put your new abilities to work right away. Soon you’ll be cloning hot apps such as Instagram, Tinder, Uber, Snapchat, and more, to learn what powers the big players.

You’ll also gain access to great bonus materials, including:

  • Over 1,000 design assets (backgrounds, buttons, icons) to use in your apps
  • Unlimited web hosting for 1 year to get your projects off the ground
  • A copy of Rob’s book, “How to Earn $10,000 While Learning to Code”
  • $50 of AWS credit for an added boost

How’s that for some deal-sweetening freebies?

Get a head start on future opportunities today with The Complete iOS 10 Developer Course, now only $25 for a limited time only.

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  • Y2J

    Really need to get a Mac

    • HamptonWalley

      Where did you read mac is needed?

      • Voight

        To create apps for iOS you need a Mac. You can put macOS in a pc, but I don’t think it’s the same.

      • Y2J

        Yeah I’ve tried a few years ago and it was just a awful experience

      • Preston

        I’m assuming the training is teaching Xcode which is only, I believe, available on a Mac