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2020 Apple Design Award Winners Announced, Including Darkroom

Apple today named eight app and game developers receiving an Apple Design Award following WWDC 2020. Apple says winners are recognized for outstanding app design, innovation, ingenuity, and technical achievement. Ron Okamoto, Apple's vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations:Every year, app and game developers demonstrate exceptional craftsmanship and we're honoring the best of the best. Receiving an Apple Design Award is a special and laudable accomplishment. Past honorees have made so...
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Apple Highlights More Projects Designed by Swift Student Challenge Winners

Apple hosts a Swift Student Challenge ahead of WWDC each year, tasking students with creating an innovative Swift Playgrounds project. Apple has been highlighting Swift Student Challenge winners in 2020, and today shared some of the projects students created on the Apple Developer site. Brazilian student Henrique Conto, for example, created a three-minute Touch Bar game where players help a young developer escape from a cave. French student Louise Pieri designed Meep, a two-level game where ...
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Apple's Hour of Code Plans Include 'Coding Labs' For 3-Year-Olds

theodp writes: This week, Apple unveiled its Hour of Code and Computer Science Education Week plans which, predictably, call for the nation's kids to learn coding the Apple way (vs. the Google, Microsoft or Amazon way!). "The new [Swift-focused] Everyone Can Code curriculum," explains the Apple Newsroom, "integrates Apple's Everyone Can Create project guides to help students express what they learn through drawing, music, video and photos." And it appears that Tim Cook may no longer be content w...
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Apple’s 2019 “Shot on iPhone” Contest Begins

Think you’ve got what it takes to beat the competition in an iPhone photography competition? Then Apple wants to see your pictures “Shot on iPhone” as it gets its 2019 contest underway. Image via Oleg Magni from Pexels.com. Users of iPhones can submit their best photos between now and February 7th. After that date it will be up to a panel of judges to determine whether or not your work is the best. Apple's VP of Marketing Phil Schiller and head of the camera software team John McCormack will l...
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