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iPhone app developers are in demand and salaries have skyrocketed for those with experience in creating complex, mobile applications on the Apple iOS platform. Year-over-year salaries are up nearly …

iPhone app developers are in demand and salaries have skyrocketed for those with experience in creating complex, mobile applications on the Apple iOS platform. Year-over-year salaries are up nearly twenty per cent according to the latest reports.

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  • 1. iPhone App Developers: Demand Outgrows AvailabilityiPhone app developers are in demand and salaries have skyrocketed for those withexperience in creating complex, mobile applications on the Apple iOS platform. Year-over-year salaries are up nearly twenty per cent according to the latest reports.According to mobile application development companies, the type of talent that they areconstantly looking to attract is the iOS developer. There just arent enough developerswith deep understanding of and experience with Objective-C, the programming languageused in Apple devices such as the iPhone.An iPhone app programmer acquires knowledge and experience in the Apple SDK, iOSand Objective-CAlong with pure-play iPhone development companies, even eBay, CapGemini, Oracle,Charles Schwab, General Electric and several other software, consulting and Internetcorporations are looking to hire experienced iPhone developers.Consumers will shift their shopping from the personal computer to their mobile deviceAn IBM study has found that this holiday season, a record number of consumers will shifttheir shopping from the personal computer to their mobile device. In October, nearlyeleven per cent of people used a mobile device to visit a retailers site, up from 4.2percent in October 2010. Mobile sales too continue to increase, reaching a high of almostten per cent in October 2011, up from 3.4 per cent at the same time last year.eCommerce vendors offer new context-aware, mobile-based applicationsResearch firm Gartner forecast that by 2015, as much as half of all company Web saleswill come through social and mobile applications. The increase will come as eCommercevendors offer new context-aware, mobile-based applications. Online sales will alsoincrease as companies move aggressively outside the US. Gartner predicts that by 2013,80 per cent of North American and European online sellers will expand into Africa, Brazil,China, India, Japan and Russia.A prominent recruitment site has over 1,300 job postings for iPhone developer positions,up 191 per cent compared to last year. More than 1,200 other postings ask for mobiledevelopers in general.Shortage of iPhone Developer to continue to prevail over the next one yearAccording to recruiters, mobile is one of the hottest IT skills today. On the one hand,
  • 2. there is an explosive growth in smartphones. There is, at the same time, a suddeninterest in tablets and other devices. There is, therefore, a shortage of experienceresulting in a surge in demand. All these factors are converging at the same time. Theplatforms being new, you cannot find the huge workforce of experienced developers thatis needed all at the same time. Experts believe that the severe shortage of talent iniPhone development, iOS and Objective-C is global. They anticipate the shortage ofiPhone developers to continue to prevail over the next one year at least.The real shortage of talent is acute in iPhone skillsThe most recent studies indicate that while the demand for mobile app developers isstrong across smartphone platforms, the real shortage of talent is acute in iPhone skills.Technology professionals who develop on the iPhone platform say they earn nine timesmore income from app development than those who work on other platforms.An iPhone programmer acquires knowledge and experience in the Apple SDK, iOS andObjective-C.Few colleges or technical training schools teach programming for the Apple, developingfor the iPhone or the Objective-C language. Many of the skilled and reliable developersare those who learnt from the Apple iPhone developer program.The size of the iPhone ecosystem is growing so fast that the needed iPhoneprogrammers just arent there to write the quality software that everyone is demanding.Author Bio:For Free consultation on regarding iPhone App Developer, iPhone App Programmers,Please log on to http://www.dckap.com