Apple developer network is becoming a thing, as the Israeli government announced plans to start creating its own network, Apple Developer Network.
The network will be available as a service to developers, meaning it will have the ability to provide information to users about new products, services, and new developers, as well as connect to Apple Developer Centers.
The Apple developer service will initially be available for iOS developers in Israel, but will expand to other countries.
“We want to be an advocate for the Israeli developers who want to work and create on the platform and we want to support their ability to do that,” Apple CEO Tim Cook told the conference.
Cook added that Apple is looking to create a platform for Israeli developers to be more transparent with their products, which is something Apple has traditionally done.
The Israeli government is also looking to provide incentives for Israeli companies to build software in the country.
Apple’s Israeli developer network will reportedly be able to provide more than 10 million developers with free, high-quality access to Apple’s software.
Apple has also previously made available its developer tools to developers for free.