iOS Developer

Career as iOS Developer - Overview

An iOS developer is liable for developing applications for mobile devices powered by Apple’s iOS. Ideally, an honest iOS developer is proficient with one of the two programming languages for this platform: Objective-C or Swift. They need to have a robust understanding of the patterns and practices around the iOS platform. 

Let’s check out some of the important things that you need to know if you want to become a iOS Developer.

What are the roles & responsibilities of a iOS Developer ?

An iOS Developer is mainly responsible for building, testing and refining mobile applications that use Apple’s iOS. The below mentioned are some of the major day to day responsibilities of iOS Developers

  • Designing and coding the iOS application.
  • Ensuring the standard of the appliance.
  • Fixing application bugs and maintaining the code.
  • Implementing application updates.

What are the skills required to become a iOS Developer ?

Technical Skills

Spatial Reasoning
Swift Programming Language
Design Guidelines
Core Data
Knowledge of GitHub
Apple's Xcode IDE
UI & UX Knowledge
Grand Central Dispatch
Strong understanding of iOS

Soft Skills

Decision Making
Problem Solving



What courses and qualifications are required to become a iOS Developer ?

Salary of iOS Developer

The average salary of a iOS Developer in India is Rs. 40,000/- per month.

Salary based upon your experience

0 – 2 years, 4 to 6 lacs per annum
2 – 5 years, 7 to 20 lacs per annum
5+ years, 20 to 70 lacs per annum

Factors that can affect your salary-

Your total experience
Core skills you possess
Job location
Type of company
Job responsibilities


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