What you need to know
- Apple has announced a new series of App Store sessions for developers.
- The new sessions will run from February 15 through March 29.
- Developers can learn all about custom offer codes, in-app events, and more as well as ask questions for the App Store team to answer.
Apple has announced a new schedule for the next round of developer sessions to help them learn about new features and have their questions answered.
The new sessions, which will run from February 15 through March 29, give developers the chance to learn about the latest App Store features including custom offer codes and in-app events, the announcement post says.
Developers can check out the full schedule and more on the Apple developer website right now.
Apple runs developer sessions like this to give them the chance to learn more about whatever new features have been added to the App Store of late. It also gives developers the chance to ask questions that need to be answered outside of the annual WWDC event.
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