Hacker Tools, a new set of tools that can make hacking easier for users, are coming soon to Apple devices.
The new tools come with a new “new hackability” feature, meaning that hackers can now use them to change the way the operating system works, such as opening files with a simple press of a button.
Users of the new tools can also modify their own apps to make them easier to hack, but Apple has not yet detailed what tools it is adding, or when it plans to launch them.
The tools, which are being made available by a partnership between Apple and the hacker community, will be made available in September, but the exact date is unknown.
The Apple Developer Program, the company’s “get to work” program, has long provided tools to developers that are free to use in iOS devices.
But with the new partnership, Apple is allowing developers to use them for free.
“Apple is one of the largest platforms in the world for developers,” Rob Marshall, Apple’s chief product officer, said in a statement.
“Developers can build apps that are easy to use for millions of users, and with these new tools, they can easily extend the reach of their apps to their devices and devices to millions more.”
Apple has previously offered a free iOS SDK to developers.
It is not clear if Apple will also offer a paid developer program.