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One of the undoubted successes in the application and game development world has been iPhone/iPod Touch development. The recent announcement of the one billionth download from Apple‘s App Store is testament to that fact. For those just getting started, or wishing to include iPhone development as part of their course Stanford University has released an iPhone Application Programming course. Comprising a set of PDFs with accompanying lectures available on iTunes the course covers everything from the basics of getting started with Cocoa to publishing on the App Store. Definitely worth a look. CS193P – Cocoa Programming | Announcements
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Have a look at the well structured iPhone courses offered at EDUmobile.org. They come at a price though, but you get all the one-on-one help, online videos, pdfs and worksheets. Plus you get to co-publish your first game with them. http://edumobile.org/iphone-course.html use the Promo code "IPH" while registering to get your rebate. Its at $150 (regular $200).
I noticed a post above, but would like to stress on the fact that EDUmobile offers REAL TUTORS who guide you. <br/><br/>If anyone is interested in learning via Real Tutors who teach you through Videos and Private one-on-one sessions, check out the team and courses offered over at EDUmobile.ORG – Weekly courses are taught to candidates through Real Tutors who offer one-on-one <a href=’http://iphone-tutorials.org/’ rel=’nofollow’>iphone tutorial</a> sessions. Course creators and instructors have worked on mobile apps and mobile gaming projects published by top tier companies such as EA Mobile, iPlay, Oberon Media, Disney Mobile, Sony Pictures, Warner Bros, and Vodafone amongst others.