The entries of the contest must be original Apps of certain functionality, based on the iOS system design and development, and with Apple’s product portfolio and development tools as the basis. Teams are encouraged to download and use the Swift language for development. The theme of the works should be closely related to the contest-recommended fields of application and other hot issues of concern to the community, including but not limited to health care, environmental protection, flood control and disaster relief, education, aging problems, safety and large data applications. This year the focus will be extended to AR, and accessibility. Participants may choose a theme of their own, freely collect and obtain relevant data, provide solutions and actually implement them on mobile devices. Participant teams must upload their proposal before on or before 31 July, 2021.
When registering the contest, each team requires to provide names of all team members and the leading tutor information indicating the student team leader for the purpose of communicating with the organiser. Each team should submit the title of their project app idea, which will become their team name.
The participating teams should provide the full package of information of their project, which should include the proposal briefing file, SOURCE CODE, APP promotional materials, and APP operation video files. After submitting the initial proposal, the teams may improve their works, but can not change the theme of their works, and should provide their final works in accordance with the requirements. Before the submission deadline, the participating teams may at any time modify, improve and update their latest project information. After 31 July, 2021, no other submission will be considered.