Mobile devices are ubiquitous, and people increasingly rely on apps. Not only for entertainment but also work, transport, payments, even health. Companies follow this trend and frequently adopt a mobile-first approach. No wonder that there is a growing demand for developers who specialize in mobile apps. Although Android dominates the market, iOS is the second most popular mobile operating system, In some countries, such as the USA, Canada, and Australia, it is the most popular. Under such circumstances, it’s not surprising that the average iOS developer salary is higher than many other developer salaries, especially in the USA.
iOS developers are responsible for developing and maintaining applications for mobile devices powered by Apple’s iOS operating system. They do it using mostly 2 programming languages: Swift and Objective-C. Not only do they have to know the iOS operating system but also how it works on different Apple devices, such as the iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, or Apple Watch. Their average salary varies depending on the level of experience and location. We have compared the average salaries provided by top recruitment services: PayScale, Glassdoor, Indeed, and ZipRecruiter. iOS skills are in high demand but are not as common as Java or Python. It may be the reason why Indeed and ZipRecruiter don’t have enough data to provide information about salaries depending on the level, and they only share an average salary.