Apple is in plans of coming up with a new data centre in Europe. This data centre will train developers to make iOS Apps.
The world is abuzz with the news of Apple trying to expand its base of operations all around the world. After its immense success in the United States of America, the company is now geared towards making its business spread across the whole of Europe. So much is the positivity of the move, that the European countries are considering the outstanding taxes the Cupertino giant is yet to pay them back.
Perhaps one of the biggest moves that Apple has yet to make has prompted such thoughts from European governments. The company has recently announced plans of opening a new Application development center in Naples, Italy, where it is said that Apple will concentrate on development of applications for the iOS platform.
The recent surge in smartphone usage has caused the demand for smartphone app developers and other programmers for the mobile platforms to rise exponentially. Come to think of it, this is something that the world was not prepared for. Also referred to as the ‘App Economy’ by various sources around the world, the business of making and delivering apps has seen constant growth rate over the years. In fact, today to meet the demands, there are still a huge number of app developers that are yet to be employed, not to mention the huge income that the App economy is bringing to the countries around the world.
So where will all these developers actually come from? Apple has a smart solution. If you cannot find the right developers, make them. The app development center would also be involved in training thousands of developers to become highly skilled iOS developers. Special curriculum combined with practical training is expected to ensure maximum productivity and in turn a lot more jobs than the 1.4 million jobs already created by Apple in Europe.