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Developing for iOS isn't the easiest task in the world, and it's hard to know where to get started. App developer and Instructables user A-Nony-Mus decided to help out and put together a guide to get you coding your first iPhone app as well as learn the basics of the Xcode platform. The guide won't teach you to make an app that you'll want to submit to the iTunes App Store, but it'll get you acquainted with all the unfamiliar territory that Apple's platform provides. You'll learn how to get a copy of Xcode, set up your first project, get used to the various files it creates for you, and actually write code in Objective C. Whether you're new to programming or coming from a web development background, learning to code for iOS is going to feel a little foreign.
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With Handwriting mode, you can enter text by writing characters on the screen with your finger. In addition to normal text entry, use handwriting mode to enter your iPhone passcode silently or to open apps from the Home Screen. To choose a character type lowercase, numbers, uppercase, or punctuation , swipe up or down with three fingers. Enter an alternate character a character with an accent, for example : Write the character, then swipe up or down with two fingers until you hear the type of character you want. Select the index to the right of the list for example, next to your Contacts list or in the VoiceOver Item Chooser.