Apple has launched a new program called ‘Ask Apple’ to help developers with their apps.
The interactive program is based on a Q&A format, where developers can connect with Apple experts and engineers in 25-minute sessions or via Slack.
Attendees can talk to Apple designers, engineers, and evangelists about app-building technologies and how to implement beta features, including Dynamic Island and SwiftUI.
The Cupertino-based company claims that many developers from around the world wanted the Q&A session because they “crave conversation with Apple experts and personal support.”
‘Ask Apple’ is free for developers who are enrolled in the Apple Developer Enterprise Program and Apple Developer Program. The first session will start from October 17 to 21 and interested parties can sign up to participate in the 25-minute ‘office hour’ sessions.
Full details about the ‘Ask Apple’ program can be viewed on Apple’s official developer website.