iOS 5 Tech Talk World Tour 2011 Coming To 9 Cities Worldwide


Apple has confirmed that it will be doing a Tech Talk World Tour based around iOS tips & tutorials. Apple has launched its own page for the Tech Talk World Tour 2011 where developers can sign up for the limited-space events; however, Apple has said that they will be giving priority to the developers who already have an application available on the iOS App Store. All iOS developer program members are eligible to attend. The tour will kick off on November 2. 2011 in Berlin. Apple is planning on visiting 9 different cities around the World. Apple’s tour will span across 3 continents: Europe, Asia, & the Americas.

“We’re taking iOS 5 on a world tour and we want you to come along for the ride,” the site reads. “Learn from experts as you take your apps to the next level with exciting new technologies in iOS. Space is limited, so register today.”

Here’s the full list of cities:

  • Berlin, Germany – November 2, Maritim ProArte Hotel Berlin
  • London, United Kingdom – November 7, Kings Place
  • Rome, Italy – November 9, Rome Marriott Park Hotel
  • Beijing, China – December 5, Renaissance Beijing Capital Hotel
  • Seoul, South Korea – December 8, Kintex
  • São Paolo, Brazil – January 9, Sheraton São Paulo WTC
  • New York City, New York – January 13, Millennium Broadway Hotel Times Square
  • Seattle, Washington – January 18, Hilton Seattle Airport and Conference Center
  • Austin, Texas – January 23, Austin Convention Center

iOS 5 Tech Talk World Tour 2011

The agenda kicks off at 9:00 am, leading into on a class that teaches consumers about iPhone & iPad user interface design at 10:00 am. Consequently, developers will also be education about adopting iCloud storage at 11:00 am, before a lunch break. Just after noon, classes will divide into three rooms where consumers will learn about different iOS features; such as: Newstand, AirPlay, Game Center, iBooks, printing support and myriad more. The day will come to an end at 6:00 pm with wine & cheese.
For those who can get in, the conference is free. Developers simply register with the Apple ID associated with their iOS Developer Program Membership.
There were rumours, back in July, about Apple bringing back the Tech Talk Conference. Apple’s last tech talk conference was held in 2008 & 2009. Apple did not hold one last year.
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