Apple Launches iPhone Developer University

Sep 24th, 2008 | By | Category: iPhone

Apple has announced iPhone Developer University – a new program designed to help educational institutions create curriculum for developing iPhone applications. 

The iPhone Developer University Program is a free program designed for higher education institutions looking to introduce curriculum for developing iPhone or iPod touch applications.

The University Program provides development resources, tools for testing and debugging, and the ability to share applications within the same development team.

Institutions can also submit applications for distribution in the App Store.

If you think we’ve got an explosion of iPhone apps now, wait until the effects of this kick in.

via Cnet

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  1. umm explosion of people who will see their app pulled because it ‘duplicates existing functionality’?

    Maybe they are hoping the sheer enthusiasm of students will provide enough roadkill, sorry fodder for their app store, but until it becomes open, I doubt those students will get jobs creating apps.


  2. and isn’t this just a way of them getting stealth content for Apple U?

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