Apple has announced that it will be coming to London later this year for its iOS 7 Tech Talks tour for developers, perfect for those who couldn't make it to WWDC 2013.

Registered iOS Developer Program members or iOS Developer Enterprise Program members can apply to attend the Tech Talks, which will be touring the world from October to December to help developers get to know iOS 7 and how best to develop for the platform.

If you're not a developer but still want to master iOS 7, you can read our 30 iOS 7 tips here.

Apple will be visiting San Francisco, New York, Tokyo, Shanghai, Berlin and last stop London on the Tech Talks tour, which it says will give attendees "in-depth guidance about developing for iOS 7."

Developers will "learn practical coding tips and tricks and obtain valuable one-on-one programming and design assistance in our lab."

There are two types of talks, one for app developers and one for game developers.

Developers will be extremely interested in mastering iOS 7 as Apple has announced that it is already running on more than 200 million iOS devices.

Apple has been running its free Tech Talk program since 2008, and it has remained an annual tradition with the exception of 2010. Some describe the talks as miniature WWDCs (Worldwide Developers Conferences), and we hear that, as well as getting a better knowledge of iOS, attendees are also treated to wine and cheese.

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