How iOS App Development Will Change in the Next 5 Years

How iOS App Development Will Change in the Next 5 Years

If you have even the slightest insight into iOS app development, you probably know that developers praise it for its coding simplicity. Users love their iPhones because they look nice and are super user-friendly. Compared to Android apps, iOS apps require fewer code lines since the Swift programming language is less verbose. As a general rule, you can do more with less coding and this trend seems to follow what Apple and iOS app development are all about - creating seamless, recognizable, perfect products that delight customers and are a pleasure to work with for iOS app developers.

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Apple looks into a method for simultaneously streaming different versions of a movie or TV show

Apple looks into a method for simultaneously streaming different versions of a movie or TV show

Apple has filed for a patent (number 2019029348) for “simultaneous playback for multiple audience members with different visual and audio needs.” It would, apparently, take advantage of its TV app to stream different versions of the same movie, TV show, or video to folks with different needs/wants.

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The Apple TV+ streaming service may be arriving in the nick of time

The Apple TV+ streaming service may be arriving in the nick of time

Apple’s AppleTV+ streaming service may be (just barely) arriving in the nick of time. A study from Digital TV Research has found that the gross number of global subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) customers increased by 139 million in 2018 to 508 million, up 38% annually, with net subs rising by 83 million in 2018 to reach 357 million, a rise of 31%.

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T-Mobile’s Test Drive lets you try their network… for free

T-Mobile’s Test Drive lets you try their network… for free

Want to see if T-Mobile’s network is better than your existing carrier’s before you switch? The company’s T-Mobile Test Drive program lets you try out their network at all of your regular locations for 30 days at no cost. I have considered changing to T-Mobile when the iPhone 11 comes out, and now I can find out how their network works without spending a dime.

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