With more than 700 million iPhones currently in use, iOS is the second-most popular mobile platform world over. While Android may be at an advantage worldwide market-share wise, in regions, like the US, France and the UK, Apple devices continue to dominate the market. This is why, so many businesses focus solely on iOS platform for their software products, as they see it is as their key investment opportunity.
If you are one of those businesses looking to follow the iOS app development, then you have a critical decision to make. That is of choosing the right tech stack for your product. What are you gonna go for? If it is the native development instead of cross-platform, then which language will you use? The good ole Objective-C or Swift?
Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of using Swift iOS development language.