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Apple opens its first center of applications development for iOS in Europe

Apple announced the opening of the first European iOS applications development center. It will be located in the Italian Naples. The corporation plans a gradual expansion of this program to other countries

The center will provide training for students from all over the Italy for practical training to develop applications for iOS. Additionally, Apple plans to collaborate with partners out of the country so that more young people will be able to study in the new institute.opportunities

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Apple CEO Tim Cook said that in Europe, more than 1.4 million people who are engaged in work related to the company’s ecosystem of which 1.2 million related to the iOS applications. In Italy, more than 75 000 people working on the App Store.

Europe is a home of many creative developers and we want to give the future generations of Italians an opportunity to get necessary skills to succeed in their work. The phenomenal success of the App Store makes it possible to realize themselves for 1.4 million people in Europe and creates unlimited opportunities for people of all ages and nationalities.

In December 2015, Apple set record sales in the App Store. Users spent more than 1.1 billion dollars. Since the launch of the App Store, Apple has paid 10 billion euros to European developers.

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