How to Become an iOS Developer
How Much Do iOS Developers Make?
Thanks to high demand, salaries for iOS Developers are quite competitive, even compared with other careers within the tech industry. Mondo’s 2020 Salary Guide places iOS Developer salaries between $90,000 at the low end and $165,000 at the high end; that increases to $180,000 for a Full-Stack Developer (apps or software).
This is in keeping with career website Dice’s 2018 analysis of iOS Developers’ salaries by city, which placed averages in major markets like New York and San Francisco just above the $125,000 line.
Even in Canada, where the tech sector is still growing and pay scales are often slightly suppressed as a result, the median iOS Developer salary is $115,000, jumping to $150,000 for a Lead iOS Developer, according to Glassdoor.
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