Frisco teenager selected for Apple scholarship after developing skin cancer app
ByFunAsia 29 Jun 2021 12:04 PM 94

A Frisco teenager was acknowledged into Apple's scholarship program after making an application that cautions about the risks of skin cancer.

Bricklayer Dierkes' application is called Skin Cancers. It shows how skin malignancy spreads on individuals' skin over the long run.

The 16-year-old said he was motivated by his granddad, who passed on after being determined to have melanoma.

While the application isn't in the iOS store yet, it will be soon.

What's more, as one of 350 Apple grant beneficiaries, Dierkes procured a free enrollment in the organization's engineer program.

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He's currently chipping away at another application that incorporates with the new FaceTime highlights declared at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference recently.

He said he desires to one day make applications to help the world and advantage not-for-profit associations.

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