Tim Cook wrote a letter of congratulations to an 8-year-old Indian girl living in Dubai for developing an iOS app for iPhones.
A letter from Hana Muhammad Rafeeq claimed she was the “youngest app developer” and explained how she created the app, according to Gulf News. In response to Hana’s email, Apple’s top boss congratulated her on achieving the feat so early in her life.
At eight years old, I developed and published a mobile application for Apple. My introduction to coding began when I was five years old, making me the youngest in the world to achieve this. Moreover, I almost never used any ready-made libraries, classes, or codes from third parties. In order to create this app, I wrote more than 10,000 lines of code by hand. As Hana’s leader stated in the Gold News report, “Please have a quick preview of her works,” she wrote, sharing YouTube links.
A nine-year-old Indian girl, Hana, introduced herself as a Dubai-born and raised Indian.
“Congratulations, Hana, on all your outstanding accomplishments so young. You will achieve amazing things in the future if you keep working hard. “Best wishes, Tim,” he replied.
A free app titled Hana’s, available on the App Store, facilitates the recording of bedtime stories for children. The free app also includes short stories, bedtime stories, moral stories, and classic stories.
Developed by Hana, the app is designed to help parents who don’t have the time to read to their children. Next year, she hopes to attend Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference.