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iOS DevCamp is the largest iOS developer event outside of Apple’s own Worldwide Developer Conference

iOS DevCamp is the largest iOS developer event outside of Apple’s own Worldwide Developer Conference.

Each year, 500+ developers launch award winning startups (like Getaround and Foodspotting) and form founder dream teams (like Square), when they come together for three fun days of collaborative application development.

Apple's release of iOS8 marks the biggest iOS release ever and includes over 4000 new APIs with functionality to support new app ecosystems, connected devices and more.

Participating developers will build apps that use: calls from within other apps, iCloud Storage and Processing, TouchID, Connected Health Data (HealthKit), Connected Home Data (HomeKit) and more.

There will be plenty of connected devices companies on hand to help our developers begin building apps that interact with the real world, whether that involves using health information from your wearable to help your doctor diagnose something or gamifying electricity usage.

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