In order to further expand App Store’s selection of interesting and profitable apps, Apple has announced the opening of its first European iOS Developer Center in Naples, Italy. The center is intended to operate as a formal school and allows developers from across the continent to learn from the tools that Apple considers as the best for making iOS apps. A special curriculum has been designed for the center and if the whole idea turns out to be successful, then Apple has promised to launch more centers across the world.

While, these days, many developing courses are being offered both online and offline, still, an Apple certified course is likely to attract the attention of coders who are looking to advance their career options. Apple has also claimed that these days more developers are willing to produce apps for iOS when compared to other platforms. To cement their claims, Cupertino has also suggested that they have already created more than 1.4 million jobs in Europe and helped developers earn over €10.2 billion ($11.11 billion). However, it is no surprise that they want to boost these numbers further via this initiative.

To cement their claims, Cupertino has also suggested that they have already created more than 1.4 million jobs in Europe and helped developers earn over €10.2 billion ($11.11 billion). However, it is no surprise that they want to boost these numbers further via this initiative. Last month, Apple was fined a whopping $347 million for tax irregularities in Italy. The matter is being currently investigated by the European commission and the firm is under the radar for enjoying better tax benefits than what are warranted under the European Union law.

This latest announcement may shed some positive light on the European operations by the firm and ensure a better chance for the developer to provide quality applications to feed the iOS ecosystem.

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