We Do iOS App Development
The Operating System that runs on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch is iOS.
iOS is a mobile operating system established and distributed by Apple Inc. It consists of four abstraction layers: the Core OS layer, the Core Services layer, the Media layer, and the Cocoa Touch layer. The recent version of the operating system (iOS 6.0) offers 1-1.5 GB of the device’s flash memory for the system partition, with roughly 800 MB for iOS itself.
Creating Your Own iOS App
iOS app development needs more determination than a huge knowledge of programming languages. For starters, here is what you need to develop iPhone apps:
# 1: iPhone App Development Platform
All you need is a Mac with Intel-based processor and runs, the least, Leopard version of MacOS X.
# 2: Software Development Kit (SDK)
The development kits that you need for iOS app development are provided by Apple. Just download the SDKs from Apple’s Developer site.
# 3: Study Objective C Basics
The primary language used for iPhone development is Objective C. It has a close similar to the C/C++ language. Everyone who has programming experience can simply learn Objective C. Not like before, where everything was written on bulks and volumes of books, nowadays, it is stress-free to find complete and simple tutorials online.
# 4: Begin Coding
You don’t need to be an expert in the Objective C language before developing your first app. If you have a concept to start with, you might as well start. Ethan Nicholas, a Java programmer, once said that he knew nothing about Objective C, Cocoa and OpenGL when he started encoding his first iPhone app, iShoot.
You may also try to find sample projects from the SDK and play with them to know how they were built. With that, you can start creating your own and apply the things you need to add and enhance.
Even if you are finished writing the full app, you have to devote time to correcting and maintaining your code to make your app flawless. iShoot was completely developed in two months’ time.
The span of time will completely rest on on your capability, availability and dedication.
# 5: Submit Your App
Developers do not have control over whether their apps get approved; instead, this is normally controlled by Apple. Apps are most likely to get approved when they are unique, original, don’t contain many bugs, have an appropriate description, and the like. One needs to wait to receive feedback from Apple.
# 6: Provide Support, Make Call
When the public begins to notice your app and sees its unique and exciting features, you can now anticipate seeing mobile sales figures in your reports. But then again, all these are the essence of your devotion and hard work.