ThiOS is a mobile operating system developed and distributed by Apple Inc. that runs on iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch devices. Every business wants to develop an app that has unique features and also offers a high level of security to its users. The iOS provides strong security for viruses and malware so that Apple users always stay safe from external threats. So this is how iOS can be the perfect choice for an app development business.


Swift 5.1 now makes it easier to create and share binary frameworks with others. It also includes features that make it easier to design better APIs and reduce the amount of common boilerplate code.

Key Features:

Readability: The number one advantage to choosing Swift is arguably because of its clean syntax, which makes it easier to read and write. The number of code lines needed to implement an option on Swift is a lot fewer than for Objective-C.

Maintenance: It’s not possible for Objective-C to evolve without C evolving first. Contrarily, Swift does not have these dependencies, which makes it a lot easier to maintain. C requires programmers to maintain two code files in order to improve the build time and efficiency of the code, which also carries over to Objective-C.

Safer Platform: In the competitive mobile app marketplace, developing a secure app should be a priority. Swift’s syntax and language constructions exclude the several types of mistakes possible in Objective-C. This stability means that there will be fewer crashes and cases of problematic behavior.

Less Code & Less Legacy: With Objective-C, there are many issues that cause app crashes. Swift provides code that is less error-prone because of its inline support for manipulating text strings and data. Additionally, classes aren’t divided into two parts; the interface and the implementation.

Speed: Swift also provides various speed advantages during development, in turn, saving on costs. A complex object sort, for example, will run 3.9x faster than an implementation of the same algorithm in Python. That’s also better than Objective-C, which is 2.8x faster than the Python version.

Swift Supports Dynamic Libraries: Dynamic libraries are executable chunks of code that can be linked to an app. This feature allows current Swift apps to link against newer versions of the Swift language as it evolves over time. Dynamic libraries in Swift are directly uploaded to the memory, cutting down on the initial size of the app and ultimately increasing app performance.


Objective-C is the primary programming language you use when writing software for OS X and iOS. It’s a superset of the C programming language and provides object-oriented capabilities and a dynamic runtime. Programming in Objective-C will not become obsolete any time soon because, thanks to its 20 years of existence, it has a large code base, a number of apps maintained, and third-party framework with Objective-C at its core.