Apple to open apps center in Naples; CEO Cook meets Renzi

January 22, 2016

Apple has chosen Naples, Italy, to establish Europe's first iOS App Development Center.

Apple CEO Tim Cook on Friday met in Rome with Italian Premier Matteo Renzi, who is delighted that the center's creation could mean hundreds of jobs for Italy's underdeveloped south.

The would give students practical skills and training in developing the apps.

Cook also met with Pope Francis during his Rome visit.

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