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This version includes the SDKs for iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS Monterey, tvOS 15, and watchOS 8.

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Xcode beta

Access the beta version of Xcode (when available) to take advantage of new features. To view downloads, simply sign in with your Apple ID. Apple Developer Program membership isn't required.

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Get command line tools and older versions of Xcode. To view downloads, simply sign in with your Apple ID. Apple Developer Program membership isn't required.

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Documentation and videos

API reference and sample code

Browse the latest documentation, including API reference, articles, and sample code.

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Videos

Learn about the latest advances and features in Xcode through presentations by Apple engineers.

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Forums

Ask questions and discuss development topics with Apple engineers and other developers.

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Support

Get step-by-step guidance on how to use Xcode to build, test, and submit apps to the App Store.

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Tutorials

Exploring SwiftUI Sample Apps

Explore these SwiftUI samples using Swift Playgrounds on iPad or in Xcode to learn about defining user interfaces, responding to user interactions, and managing data flow.

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Develop Apps for iOS

14hr 15min Estimated Time

Get started using Xcode and the developer tools needed to build an app. Learn the basics of Xcode, SwiftUI, and UIKit to create native apps for iOS.

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An illustration of an open MacBook Pro, displaying a screenshot of Xcode in Dark mode. In Xcode, the left panel shows the Project navigator, the code editor is at center, and the right side of Xcode’s window shows the canvas preview, displaying the sample app that you will build in this tutorial — Landmarks.

Introducing SwiftUI

4hr 25min Estimated Time

SwiftUI is a modern way to declare user interfaces for any Apple platform. Create beautiful, dynamic apps faster than ever before.

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Bring an iPad App to the Mac with Mac Catalyst

3hr 25min Estimated Time

Build a native Mac app from the same codebase as your iPad app.

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