The iPhone 8 is set to release soon, and the hype is real: with rumors already circulating of features like facial recognition, AR capabilities, and upgraded storage, Apple’s latest release is already making some serious waves in the industry.
To get you ready for its arrival, (and the onslaught of new development opportunities are sure to come) here are some top iOS courses!
Just as exciting as the iPhone 8’s arrival, iOS 11 is expected to bring some major changes to the iOS platform. Featuring over 30 hours of training from the web’s very own Rob Percival and Nick Walter, this course will show you how to leverage the update’s biggest features with several hands-on app building projects.
Get it on sale for $18 AUD [$15 USD].
What better way to gear up for iOS 11’s arrival than by shoring up your knowledge of iOS 9 and 10? Famous for his groundbreaking instruction, Rob Percival will guide you through building clones of your favorite apps, like Instagram, Tinder, Uber, and Snapchat to get your coding skills online.
Pick it up for $44 AUD [$35 USD].
Machine learning is revolutionizing the potential of mobile applications. In just 6.5 hours of training, you’ll discover how to create apps for the brand new iOS 11, while incorporating machine learning. You’ll learn to develop smart apps that will interact and learn from users to enhance their experience.
Grab it on sale for $12 AUD [$10 USD].
Fancy yourself an aspiring mobile game developer? This collection will help you build the next smash hit with training in SpriteKit, the leading game engine for building 2D iOS games. Plus, you’ll also discover how to leverage Swift 3 to build apps for tvOS and watchOS.
Get it for only $87 AUD [$70 USD].
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