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The launch of iOS 9 is just around the corner, but there is still time to become a full-fledged app developer. The iOS 9 Swift Coding Course teaches Apple’s coding language from scratch, and it is currently $59 over at 9to5Toys Specials.
You don’t need any experience with coding to take this course, as the tuition starts at the shallow end of Swift. However, you soon make progress, learning your way around Apple’s Xcode app and the features of iOS 9. You can then move on to iCloud integration, setting up notifications, and using the new stackView and AVAudioRecorder classes.
The format is step-by-step video instruction, followed by an assignment to test out your new skills. All together, there are ten functioning apps to build. This process not only hardwires the newly acquired skills into your brain, but it also gives you a nice portfolio. In total, the course amounts to 35 hours of content.
- Dive into the details of building apps for iOS 9 with 35 hours of video
- Be one of the first to build apps for iOS 9 and dominate the App Store’s top downloads
- Become proficient in Swift and Xcode
- Create an iCloud app
- Set up push notifications for your app
- Work with iOS 9 classes like stackView and AVAudioRecorder
- Implement Swift code in unique ways
- Follow the easy to understand step-by-step format
You can currently get 80% off this exclusive course – add to cart now.
Apple July 20
Best Buy is currently discounting all of its iPhone 6/Plus offerings for Verizon or Sprint by $100 with a new two-year contract. This delivers some of the lowest prices that we have seen in months on Apple’s flagship phones. Simply follow the on-screen instructions to upgrade your existing line or open a new one to receive this discounted pricing.
iPhone 6 Plus:
Both models are filled with features including a Retina HD display, Touch ID, A8 64-bit processor, 8MP iSight camera, 1080p HD video recording capabilities and Apple Pay.
Alternatively, you can grab an off-contract AT&T iPhone 6 refurb for $460 at eBay. (updated)
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Since Apple Watch was released back in the Spring to varying degrees of fanfare, accessory companies have been rushing to develop and ship their own products for this new timepiece. There have been different levels of quality and styles that charge, hold or store Apple Watch. While the low-end market has been flooded with plastic charging solutions, we have not seen as many options that mix natural materials with Apple’s latest device.
Apple July 15
Apple July 14
Microsoft’s new Universal Foldable Keyboard, first unveiled earlier this year, is now available to purchase online and through Microsoft stores. The super portable Bluetooth keyboard folds in half when not in use and allows users to connect to two mobile devices at once including Android, iPhones, iPads, and Windows devices. expand full story
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Professionals and prosumers love the bigger screen and increased power that comes with Apple’s 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro. The only problem is that these models rarely get discounted. But right now Amazon and B&H have dropped their prices on both standard configuration models:
- 15″ rMBP 2.2GHz/16GB/256GB (MJLQ2LL/A): $1,819 (Reg. $1,999) at Amazon or B&H
15″ rMBP 2.5GHz/16GB/512GB (MJLT2LL/A): $2,274 (Reg. $2,499) at Amazon or B&H
Prices are the same at both retailers, however B&H only charges sales tax at the time of purchase for New York buyers and is including a free copy of Parallels 10.
Both models include a 2880 x 1800 Retina Display and the new Force Touch Trackpad.
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Target is about to serve up a couple of stellar Apple deals on a silver platter. Starting this Sunday, July 5th, Target will discount iPhone 6/Plus 16GB by $69, bringing prices down to $129.99 and $229.99 when purchased on a 2-year contract. Keep in mind availability may be hit or miss for this option since carriers are slowly putting it out to pasture.
Customers who buy Apple’s latest smartphones on an installment plan will get a free $150 gift card.
Also, iPad Air 2 16GB Wi-Fi in silver or gold will be on sale for $399. An additional 10% discount via Target’s Cartwheel app brings the price down even further to $359.10, which is nearly $140 below MSRP.
REDcard holders save an additional 5% on all deals.
All of this information has been gleaned from a leaked copy of Target’s upcoming weekly ad. As such, the final deals may vary when they go live. Head below for a full look at the leaked ad: expand full story
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