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Apple has a webpage that contains documentation pertaining to the functionality of the contact tracing feature and a FAQ page regarding the feature. These include documentation focusing on the processes and specifications of Bluetooth and cryptography in the exposure notification system made by the software and cryptography experts in Apple’s small committee that helped create this modelling tool. There is also documentation to the iOS framework API of the contact tracing feature and all of these reports detail the aspects of the programming, processes and the tools used to create contact tracing on the iPhone.
Developers, software engineers and anyone who is interested in the process of COVID-19 exposure notifications can visit Apple’s webpage here. It has all of the resources to develop a coronavirus tracking app and the techniques of how the features work. The contact tracing API in iOS 13.5 will be released to the public in mid-May, once the iOS update is released as well.