Scholarship applicants needed to build and submit an app that showcased their creativity and technical skills. The Mac app or iOS app had to be written in Objective-C and Swift, or written entirely in Swift. Applicants needed to be 13 and up and were asked to include proof of enrollment from their school or proof of membership from a listed STEM organization.
Apple expanded the program this year to offer 350 scholarship spots.
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