Me = Apple User?
Yes, I gave in to use an Apple device. Well, I’ve tried an iPhone XS before, and I must admit, having a device with software dedicated to its hardware is chef’s kiss. That’s what I liked about Apple, the hardware and software work along each other, and like most people, the price-tag for their phones held me back until December.
I loaned for an iPhone 11 since the iPhone 12 is expensive and I like the 11’s grip instead of the sharp edges of the new design. I got a yellow one since the black sold out. Then I realized black, though very simple, is such a generic color that it doesn’t stand out as a phone’s color and I’ve had too many black phones before.
Developing Apps for iOS Soon
I’m excited to learn new things and finally applying the cross-platform capabilities of Xamarin.Forms which I have used in some of my Android apps and it’s C#. I also want to check out native code from Apple, SwiftUI.
Developing for Apple is quite costly, that you need to own a Mac (or rent online) and ₱4450 ($99) for an individual to publish to the App Store. And it is YEARLY.
So, to test things out, I would be putting my app ZIP Code PH on the App Store and might set a (very very small) price to support this costly Apple environment 😂.
In the meantime…
Go ahead and check out my apps on the Windows 10 Store and Google Play Store both under Red David.
See you soon!