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Our Technologies: iOS

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About iOS

We pour a lot of love into our mobile applications.

For those unfamiliar with the technology, iOS is the operating system that runs on the following mobile devices:

  • iPad
  • iPhone
  • iPod touch

iOS provides the technologies that are necessary to create and install applications and “ships” with various native system apps, like Phone, Mail, and Safari, that are provided as standard system services to the device’s user.

We follow and are well versed in all of the latest trends in mobile development and use them to develop the best and most productive apps and business solutions for iPhone and iPad.

We use the following technologies:

  • Xcode
  • Objective-C
  • Core Data

More information

iOS 8 is compatible with the iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, and the iPhone 6 Plus; the iPad 2, iPad (Third Generation), iPad (Fourth Generation), and the iPad Air; the iPad Mini and the iPad Mini with Retina Display; and the iPod Touch Fifth Generation.

Generally speaking, it is not possible to downgrade to an older version of iOS. Before upgrading, therefore, we recommend reading our list of possible accessibility bugs in iOS 8.

If you want to be an iOS developer you should learn Objective-C at first and after that learning Swift will be much easier.

Both fully support the OO paradigm. Neither is categorically and universally “better” than the other. But there are differences. The most important differences are, static typing vs. dynamic typing, whether inheritance must be used only for subtyping, value vs. reference semantics.

It is strongly recommended to test the app on the iPhone or iPad before publish it in App Store. However, iOS Simulator can be used to test mobile applications. Xcode tool that comes along with iOS SDK includes Xcode IDE as well as the iOS Simulator.

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