With Apple’s new Swift curriculum for high school and college, anyone can learn to make apps

And since it’s available on iBooks, it’s available to anyone with an iPhone, iPad, or Mac, anywhere they want to open it.Education has always been central to Apple, with iBooks and Apple Education (originally iTunes U) initially intended to help revolutionize the textbook industry by making curriculums easier to deploy and update.Swift was also designed to be taught in schools starting at a young age, something that had been sorely missing from the previous generation of popular app development languages.Having Swift in the classroom isn’t just good for students, of course. It’s good for Apple and iPhone and iPad customers eagerly awaiting the next great wave of apps.Press release below.Apple launches app development curriculum for high school and community college studentsInnovative Full-Year Curriculum Now Available on the iBooks StoreStudents will be able to learn to code and develop apps at high schools and community colleges across the country.Houston — Apple today launched a new app development curriculum designed for students who want to pursue careers in the fast-growing app economy

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With Apple’s new Swift curriculum for high school and college, anyone can learn to make apps