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iOS

Andrea Miotto
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Andrea Miotto
iOS Development Techdegree Graduate 23,357 Points

Are you going to upgrade to swift 3?

Hi, I'm an iOS tech degree student, I was wondering if you are going to upgrade the course to swift 3?

I'm not going to study something that have passed time we need swift 3 to start learn please don't take that much of time i have paid to get swift 3 so i can make apps now if i cant make apps with swift 2 cause i update my XCode What is the benefit of old language i have no time that's apple problem she have no staple language and you have to deal with it you get paid

2 Answers

Ben Jakuben
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Ben Jakuben
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We will! But it'll take us a bit of time to get everything updated and re-recorded. We will start releasing new versions as soon as possible (tentatively in September). We haven't figured out if we want to update the current Techdegree or create a brand new Swift 3 version. Either way, we'll need to wait to update the Techdegree itself until many of the individual courses are updated.

I'm not going to study something that have passed time we need swift 3 to start learn please don't take that much of time i have paid to get swift 3 so i can make apps now if i cant make apps with swift 2 cause i update my XCode What is the benefit of old language i have no time that's apple problem she have no staple language and you have to deal with it you get paid

Andrea Miotto
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Andrea Miotto
iOS Development Techdegree Graduate 23,357 Points

Answering to Mazen qp. I think you're way is very impolite. They said they will and they will, if you check in the roadmap you can see that they are going to release upgrade for swift 3. Anyway I've started the techdegree when Xcode 8 beta was out. And I did all the courses and projects with it and swift 3. If you aren't able to manage alone some little changes between swift 2 and 3 (and almost all of them are auto-corrected by Xcode), how will you do when you have to write an entire app using Objective-C just after a brief intro to the code?? I mean, you are going to be a programmer, problem solving it's you food. And writing in swift 3 with courses in swift 2 it's the smallest problem you will face in you entire career.

Ben Jakuben
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Ben Jakuben
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As a follow up, Pasan recently answered about Swift 3 here, and we're publishing the new Swift 3 Basics today with more rolling out each week. Crazy times in Apple Land! :smile: