We are now desperately waiting for the Apple Watch. Apple Watch is now at the closing stages of preparation- about to launch in the market pretty soon, with CEO Tim Cook having suggested last month that his company was on track to begin shipping the wearable in April. Now Apple has been and still is inviting designers and developers from different development teams across the world to its Cupertino office on an urgent basis for this. One of the sources of 9to5Mac reveals that Apple is holding more than 100 different workshops throughout February for all the developers that will be visiting Apple’s offices during this period. As revealed by one developer, the meetings are very secretive in nature with developers being identified by a unique number issued to them and not from their name.
Do you know that Apple released the iOS 8.3 beta few days back , its amazing. And If you want then you can now update to iOS 8.3 beta now by registering your iPhone iPad iPod udid to Apple Developer Account. Click here to register your iPhone iPad iPod udid to Apple Developer program. We are registering udid for only $15 USD. You can save $84 USD individually by registering your device udid with us. Because an Apple Developer Account costs $99/per year. You can register via us for only $15 USD. So hurry up and register your iPhone iPad iPod now and enjoy all the latest iOS betas. iOS 8.3 beta download will links available into iAppleStuffs website download section.
With so many developers involved, it may be that Apple wants to showcase some of these apps at the special media event that will take place upon launch, and according to 9to5Mac, devs that have attended thus far have done so in a cloud of secrecy. Apparently, while different app makers have shared meeting rooms, they’ve been identified by “unique number identifiers” rather than real names, a move that helps to keep these competitors respective plans under wraps.
You may also like to check out: