One-on-one office hours and access to Q&A sessions with Apple evangelists, engineers, and designers are also features of the new Ask Apple program.
With a new series of interactive Q&As and one-on-one meetings with inside specialists, Apple is expanding its developer outreach. Starting on October 17 through 21, a series of seminars for the new Ask Apple programme will be held.
The initiative enables developers to communicate directly with evangelists, engineers, and designers during office hours or via text-based Slack Q&A sessions. Developers will be able to ask questions and offer their own thoughts to other developers during the Q&A sessions. Developers have the option to join up for Q&As centred on certain subjects, such as app services, the app store, accessibility and inclusion, privacy and security, and images and cameras. Additionally, there will be Simplified Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Q&As accessible.
While the one-on-one sessions are 25-minute consultations designed to assist developers in creating and distributing their apps. Developers can request support with distribution tools, code-level assistance, design direction, feedback on implementing frameworks and technologies, advise on troubleshooting, and aid with App Review criteria. Languages and time zones are used for the consultations.
Members of the Apple Developer Program and the Developer Enterprise Program are welcome to use Ask Apple at no charge.