It happens in a moment of inspiration.
You get an idea for the next great app. Move over, Snapchat. Move over, Twitter. Move over, Instagram. This is going to be a big deal.
But there's one thing you don't know. How to get it from your head into the App Store, onto the 700 million iPhones Apple has sold, and onwards towards glory, fame, and venture capital funding.
Read on to find out how iPhone apps are made.
The bad news is that it's for Mac OS X only, making life difficult for Windows developers.
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