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Southeast Asia’s First Apple Developer Center Opens in Singapore

Apple is making it more convenient and accessible for developers in Southeast Asia to receive expert support on the projects they're working on.


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The iPhone maker announced on 5 March that it has opened its first Developer Center in Southeast Asia in Singapore, offering thousands of developers in the region an opportunity to learn about the latest Apple technologies and resources to take their apps and games to the next level.


The 20,000 square foot facility is located at Fusionopolis in Singapore’s one-north district, which serves as a home to numerous startups and tech companies. It's the fourth Apple Developer Center in the world, joining other facilities located in Bengaluru in India, Shanghai in China and its headquarters in Cupertino in the U.S.


Apple Developer Centers are the home bases for in-person sessions, labs, workshops, and consultations for developers around the world who want to build apps and games for Apple products. The newly opened facility in Singapore is designed for the same purpose, offering a range of activities for developers to transform the design, quality and performance of their apps across iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, visionOS and watchOS.


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"Southeast Asia is home to many passionate developers who create exceptional apps that empower their local communities and delight customers," said Susan Prescott, Apple’s Vice President of Worldwide Developer Relations. "We are thrilled to open the Apple Developer Center Singapore in a region that has prioritised growing a competitive digital economy with highly skilled talent."


"This centre will be a valuable resource for developers from Singapore and its neighboring countries, enabling them to create richer experiences and more impactful apps for their customers," she added.


In addition, the Apple Developer Center Singapore will enable developers to foster connections and collaborate with other developers from around the region by providing opportunities for in-person connection and learning with direct access to Apple experts.


"As an app developer, I think the collaboration opportunities the Developer Center offers are amazing. Being here together with fellow developers allows for knowledge exchange which will cultivate deeper collaborations and even the opportunity to learn about other cultures," said Yap Siew Lin, Founder of the Singapore-based software company AIDeaBuddy, the developer of SpellingBuddy.


Those interested in browsing the full schedule of sessions, labs, workshops, and one-on-one consultations across a wide variety of categories can do so by visiting developer.apple.com/developer-center.

 
  • Apple has opened its first Developer Center in Southeast Asia in Singapore, offering thousands of developers in the region an opportunity to learn about the latest Apple technologies and resources to take their apps and games to the next level.

  • The facility is located at Fusionopolis in Singapore’s one-north district, and is the fourth Apple Developer Center in the world.

  • Apple Developer Centers are the home bases for in-person sessions, labs, workshops, and consultations for developers around the world who want to build apps and games for Apple products.


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