Apple launches iPhone Tech Talk World Tour

Dan Moren
10 October, 2008
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If you’re looking to fill your brain up with the latest information about iPhone development, then Apple’s happy to help you out. Beginning at the end of October, Apple is holding a worldwide series of free tech talks about the iPhone, giving developers a chance to interact with Apple engineers and evangelists and get their questions answered about developing for the iPhone.

The all-day talks cover a wide range of topics, from an introduction to Objective-C and Cocoa Touch to how to integrate the iPhone into an IT environment. Other subjects include submitting your app to the App Store, iPhone Game Development, and a multi-hour Technical Q&A, for which bringing your laptop, code, and iPhone is recommended.

There are twenty-four talks being held in sixteen countries between October 22nd and December 9th, though space is limited (the New York City talk is already full, but there is a waitlist). In order to attend a talk, you must be a Registered iPhone Developer, which you can do for free on the Apple Developer Connection website.

The tech talks will reach Sydney on November 19, and Melbourne on November 21. Registered iPhone Developers can sign up here.

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