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Learn how to build your own iOS 11 apps for just $29

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09.22.17 in Mobile
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Apple unveiled an impressive line of new hardware at their latest event, including three new iPhone models, a cellular enabled Apple Watch, a 4K Apple TV, and a new wireless charging pad. They also officially announced iOS 11, the powerful operating system that will power the next generation of iOS devices.

If you're interested in developing your own apps for Apple's latest operating system, The Complete iOS 11 Developer Course + iOS Mastery Bundle offers over 230 hours of training to get you up to speed, regardless of your prior coding experience. The combined value of all courses is over $1200, but Engadget readers can pick it up today for just $29.

This comprehensive training bundle covers fundamental lessons in Xcode and Swift 4.0 (Apple's proprietary programming language) by walking you through building thirty iOS 11 apps from scratch, while covering SpriteKit, Firebase, and the other brand new features that iOS 11 has to offer. You'll also learn how to build apps for tvOS and WatchOS, the operating systems that power the Apple TV and Apple Watch.

These five courses would normally cost over $1200 if purchase separately, but right now you can get the entire bundle for just $29, saving over 90 percent. Get yours today and start building your own iOS 11 apps.

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