Apple’s developer program is getting a big update to allow developers to build iOS 11 apps for the Mac.iOS 11, introduced in late June, offers developers a number of new features that were not available before.
For example, the new “Developer Mode” lets developers build apps for iOS devices using the Apple Watch as a screen, as well as for iOS and macOS.
You can also now import files directly from the cloud and use the “Add File” button in Safari to import files into an app.
The developer program also offers support for Objective-C (formerly Swift) and the C++ language.
Developers can now write their apps in Swift and Objective-A, which allows them to target both iOS and OS X devices.
Apple’s iOS Developer Program offers support of Swift, Objective-Core, Objective C, and Objective C++.
Apple says that these are the only platforms that can be developed for.
The new feature is limited to macOS 10, which is currently only available to developers using the Developer Center app.iOS 9 was available to iOS 10 and OS 9.1.1, which means developers who are running the iOS 10 developer program will need to download a pre-release version of the operating system.
It also requires a Mac, a Macbook Pro, or a Mac Pro running the latest version of macOS.
If you’re using iOS 9 on a Mac you’ll also need to install the Apple Remote Desktop server app for the device.
Apple’s iOS 9 Developer Program includes a few new features, such as the ability to specify the OS you want to target for iOS 11.
Apple recommends that developers target iOS 10 or older devices, which includes iOS 10, OS 9, and OS 8.1 devices.
Apple also said it will now include a set of developer tools, including a Swift editor, to allow iOS developers to make the most of Swift’s new features.
The company also said developers will be able to import and export files from the Apple Cloud, including text files, images, and more.