In the modern world of mobile devices, iPhone (iOS) has become one of the most important items that need to be in any person’s pocket. And although in recent years it seems like Apple has lost sight of its original goals and got stuck in its own obnoxious ecosystem, they still provide enough value for their users with both hardware and software updates. One such example is the update from iOS 8 to iOS 9. This version provided a brand new memory manager that aimed at providing better multitasking capabilities than ever before on such a device.
Ever since Apple launched its App Store in 2008, developers have made over $20 billion! Of course, the overwhelming majority of that revenue (over 90%) is generated by a mere 1.2 million apps (and this number continues to shrink).
Here’s one thing you should understand right away: this app development business is extremely competitive. You must take it seriously if you want to make money. The good news is if you work hard and treat your investments like real businesses, building software can be incredibly lucrative.