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Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, praised a 9-year-old Indian girl for making an iOS app

By Mitchell

Sep 26, 2022

Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, praised a 9-year-old Indian girl who lived in Dubai and made an app for iPhones. Hana Muhammad Rafeeq wrote to him at first, saying she was the youngest iOS developer.

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Gulf News says that Apple's CEO praised her in his reply to her email, in which she talked about her app and other things she had done.

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Hana's free iOS app has stories that kids will like. She made the app because she saw that not many parents have time to read to their children.

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Hana sent an email saying, "I learned to code when I was five, which makes me the youngest person in the world to do so. Also, I almost didn't use any ready-made codes, libraries, or classes from third parties in my app.

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According to the Khaleej Times, Hana was sleeping when her father, Mohammed Rafeeq, first read the email. He said, "I woke her up and told her the news." "She sat up right away and ran to the bathroom

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Tim Cook wrote to her in an email, "Congratulations on all the great things you've done for such a young age. If you keep going, you'll do great things in the future."

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Hana said that she had to write 10,000 lines of code to make the app that lets parents record their own voices reading stories to their children.

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She got the idea from a documentary she saw. Parents can record stories for their kids to listen to as they fall asleep before they go to work.

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