Apple has launched a new online developer engagement series called ‘Tech Talks 2021’ that will be composed of over 100 live sessions and 1,500 office hours over the next eight weeks.
During the almost two-month-long series, there will be one-on-one conversations with developers across the world including those in India on building the “best-in-class” apps and games. Developers can directly connect with Apple experts to learn more about new technologies, ask questions, and receive one-on-one guidance. The developers can also share direct feedback with Apple team members about their experiences building and distributing apps on the App Store.
Tech Talks 2021 sessions are free of charge, and open to current members of the Apple Developer Program and the Apple Developer Enterprise Program. Registration opens today, with new sessions and office hour appointments posted every two weeks. For information on the schedule and registration, visit developer.apple.com/tech-talks.
Apple Tech Talks 2021: Locations and program details
Sessions will be conducted online from Apple locations around the world, including Bengaluru, India; Cupertino, California; London; Mexico City; São Paulo; Seoul, South Korea; Shanghai; Singapore; Sydney; Tel Aviv, Israel; and Tokyo.
Each session includes a live presentation from Apple experts followed by a Q&A. The tech giant said that during the sessions, developers can get in-depth technical details on integrating SwiftUI, App Clips, HealthKit, machine learning, augmented reality, accessibility features, and more. They can also explore other development topics, including adopting 5G, publishing in-app events on the App Store, getting the most out of the App Review process, and getting started with enterprise development.
With office hours, developers will get a chance to meet with Apple experts across App Review, Evangelism, App Store Connect, and Developer Technical Support for one-on-one, 30-minute conversations about their apps. Developers can choose a topic and ask questions about technology usage and adoption, refining their designs, resolving issues, and understanding guidelines and tools. Office hours also give them an opportunity to share feedback. Internet Explorer Channel Network