Developing iOS 7 Apps for iPhone and iPad: A Free Online Course by Stanford


FYI: Apple officially released iOS7,  the latest operating system for the iPhone and iPad, on September 18. Almost simultaneously, Stanford began offering a course teaching students how to design apps in the new environment. Although the course is still in progress, the initial video lectures are now available online, you guessed it, on iTunesU.

This course, along with other top-flight coding courses, appears in the Computer Science section of our big collection of 775 Free Online Courses, where you’ll also find courses on PhilosophyHistoryPhysics and other topics.

Looking for tutorials on building apps in Android? Find them here.

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  • Fiona Manonn says:

    iPad Air

    The perfect iPad for those who have a moderate budget but want a sincere performance.

    The camera quality is good but not excellent, if the camera is your priority better go for iPad Pro or better an iPhone.

    The display is really good. It’s bright enough and not at all bad.

    The speakers are only 2 in number and at the bottom but are loud enough with great crisp sound and bass.

    Battery life. Oh man, it’s freaking awesome! It can easily last you for more than 1 day for light users and can last for approx 1 day for casual users.

    Augmented Reality (AR) games are awesome to play on this like Zombie games etc.
    Pubg runs smoothly on this iPad without any lag.

    Also got the iPad OS 13.1 soon with Dark mode.

    Overall no tablet in this price range can match its performance or benchmark!

    Oh yes, for sketch or drawing or jotting notes better use a high precision good stylus with mesh covering (to prevent the screen from scratching). I mean Apple pencil is overpriced for its features. Better use third-party stylus pencil.

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