iOS developers are known to rake in a bundle cash from their work. In fact, the national average pay of iOS developers in the US is US$85,000, according to Glassdoor, the platform that allows former employees to review companies and their management. It might not come as a surprise that there is a growing graduate of computer and software engineering in the last few years.
If you do not have a relative degree but is interested in software development, you are well on your way to your first step on this field. The Complete iOS 11 Developer Course + iOS Mastery Bundle is available for US$29 to kick start your next dream job. The bundle has five courses to help you make your way from the bottom to the top.
Introduction to SpriteKite: Build Practical Games
Apple's SpriteKit is a top notch game engine ideal for developing 2D games for iOS. This course will help you learn the basics of game design as well as a preparatory course for other game development background.
Ultimate tvOS Guide for Beginners: Learn to Code in Swift 3
Beginning with Apple's latest programming language Swift 3, this course comes handy to teach you all the ropes of making apps in Xcode and Swift for tvOS. At the end of this chapter, you are expected to have built three tvOS apps from scratch.
WatchOS Beginner Crash Course: Learn to Code In Swift 3
This course teaches you how to navigate Swift 3 code to watchOS so you can build your own apps for the Apple Watch. As a project-based course, you are expected to come up with your own app based on what it teaches you in basic design and functionality of programming for watchOS.
The Complete iOS 10 Developer Course
In 102 hours, this complete course teaches you all the fundamentals of iOS 10 before embarking on iOS 11. Part of the progress is to work with artificial intelligence and Siri, games, and so much more as you go through the groundwork for iOS 11 coding.
The Amazing iOS 11 Course
This course helps you build 30 apps from the ground up using the latest iOS 11 main functionalities. However, the full version of this will be available in September once the iOS 11 developers' beta is already rolled out.