Apple is launching a developer program for iPhone and iPad developers in Ireland and Wales, as part of its ongoing effort to bring developers to the UK.
The program, dubbed “Apple Developer Programme Ireland”, will begin on the day of Apple’s iPhone 5 launch on February 20 and will be run by Apple Ireland, a subsidiary of the Cupertino company, and will last for six months.
The Apple Developer Program Ireland initiative will be managed by Apple’s Ireland’s Technology and Innovation Department, which will be led by John Foy.
According to a press release, Apple Ireland will work with Apple Ireland’s UK partner, the Cuphonic, to deliver a wide range of software to the Irish and Welsh market, including iOS, tvOS, macOS, tv app store, and more.
The news comes a day after Apple unveiled the iPhone 5 in the UK for sale at retail stores.
The iPhone 5 has a 5.5-inch touchscreen display, a 64-bit processor, 4GB of RAM, and runs on an A5 processor, with 4GB RAM and 64GB of storage.
Apple also announced it will introduce a new software feature to the iPhone called Siri for developers.
Apple also announced that it would be offering free hardware to developers in the United Kingdom, as well as Ireland and the UK, in partnership with Apple Design.
The software will be free to developers, but developers will have to pay for the software and hardware.
Apple said that it will be expanding the program to other countries as well.