Found 208 Articles for IOS

How AI/ML will Impact iOS App Development in 2023?

Devang Delvadiya
Updated on 09-Oct-2023 11:04:05


Artificial Intelligence is at its peak nowadays, and it has ushered in a new era of possibilities in mobile app development, and iOS platforms are no exception. As we approach 2023, the integration of AI and ML is set to redefine the landscape of iOS app development. iOS application development companies work closely with organizations to create customized mobile applications. Collaboration of AI with App Development AI and Dev's technologies collaborate with businesses to understand their objectives, target audience, and unique challenges, ensuring that the resulting iOS applications align perfectly with the organization's goals. Based on reports, the Machine ... Read More

Difference between Windows and iOS

Pradeep Kumar
Updated on 01-Aug-2023 16:24:30


Windows and iOS are two popular operating systems used in various devices, such as computers, tablets, and smartphones. Both of them serve as platforms for running applications and managing hardware resources. Windows Operating System Microsoft's Windows operating system is a well−known and commonly used operating system. It has been a dominant force in the personal computer industry for decades and has played a vital influence in defining the digital world. The Windows operating system provides a user−friendly interface, significant program compatibility, and a wide range of capabilities to meet the demands of a wide spectrum of users, from casual home ... Read More

Difference between Linux and iOS

Pradeep Kumar
Updated on 01-Aug-2023 16:05:45


Linux and iOS are two very different types of operating systems. In this tutorial, we'll compare and contrast the various features of Linux and iOS and highlight how they are different from each other. We will compare their applicability in various scenarios as well as examine their advantages and disadvantages. Linux Operating System Linux is an open−source, Unix−like operating system kernel that serves as the foundation for various Linux−based operating systems (distributions). It was initially developed by Linus Torvalds in 1991 and has since become one of the most prominent and widely used operating systems in the world. Linux ... Read More

Difference between iOS and Android

Pradeep Kumar
Updated on 01-Aug-2023 15:50:08

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An operating system (OS) is a group of programs that controls computer hardware resources and offers standard services to software applications. It serves as a conduit between the user and the hardware. It is accountable for carrying out all procedures. There are many operating systems available for mobiles, PC, etc. iOS and Android are such operating systems. The following are the differences between them. What is iOS? The iPhone operating system is referred to as iOS. It was developed by Apple Inc. in 2007. Following its initial 2007 release for the first−generation iPhone, the iOS operating system has since been ... Read More

How to manually deprecate members in iOS Swift?

Nitin Aggarwal
Updated on 04-May-2023 12:48:01


In iOS Swift, you can manually deprecate members (properties, methods, and other members) by using the @available attribute with the deprecated argument. @available The @available attribute in Swift is used to specify the availability of a particular piece of code. It can be used to mark a class, function, method, property, or enumeration as available or unavailable for a particular platform, version, or architecture. Here's an example syntax of the @available attribute @available(platform version, *) The platform argument specifies the platform on which the code is available (e.g. iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS). The version argument specifies the version of ... Read More

Obscure a UITextField Password in iOS

Nitin Aggarwal
Updated on 04-May-2023 10:38:29


To obscure a UITextField password in iOS, you can use the secureTextEntry property. This property allows you to hide the text entered into a text field by showing dots or asterisks instead of actual characters. In most iOS apps, we are required to obscure a UITextField to implement the password feature. This is easy to use the property. The isSecureTextEntry Property isSecureTextEntry is a property of the UITextField class in iOS that determines whether the text entered into the text field should be obscured, such as when entering a password. When isSecureTextEntry is set to true, the text entered into ... Read More

Swift Open Link in Safari in iOS Swift

Nitin Aggarwal
Updated on 04-May-2023 10:46:34

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In Swift, there are two ways to open a link. One approach is to use the UIApplication class to open a link in the Safari browser. Another approach is using the SafariServices framework in iOS. Let's see some examples of how to open a link based on these approaches. Approach 1: Using the UIApplication class Step 1 − Create a URL object for the link that you want to open. You can do this using the URL(string:) initializer. Step 2 − Create an instance of the UIApplication class. This class is responsible for managing the behavior of your app, ... Read More

Difference between Apple iOS 4.3 and Google Android 3.0 Honeycomb

Md. Sajid
Updated on 02-Mar-2023 15:10:56


To assist us all throughout selecting the best operating system for your next mobile phone, this article explores the different essential components of Apple iOS 4.3 and Google Android 3.0 Honeycomb. Let us take a glance at user experience, app accessibility, safety, as well as other factors to give you some idea of which operating system is best for oneself. Read this article to find out more about Apple iOS 4.3 and Google Android 3.0 Honeycomb and how they are different from each other. What is Apple iOS 4.3? Apple iOS 4.3 is readily accessible on both mobile devices and ... Read More

Difference Between iOS 4.2.1 and iOS 4.3.2

Md. Sajid
Updated on 13-Feb-2023 11:57:01


When comparing the differences between iOS 4.2.1 and iOS 4.3.2, we should remember that several updates were released between iOS 4.2.1 and iOS 4.3.2. To be more specific, the patches after 4.2.1 are as follows: 4.2.5, 4.2.6, 4.2.7, 4.2.8, 4.2.9, 4.2.10, 4.3, 4.3.1, and finally 4.3.2. You can't acquire iOS 4.3.2 without also installing the previous eight fixes. So the differences between iOS 4.3.2 and iOS 4.2.1 may not be due to the most recent patch alone but rather to the accumulation of updates. Support for CDMA networks is one of the changes missing from iOS 4.2.1. Initially, until iOS ... Read More

What does "Fatal error: Unexpectedly found nil while unwrapping an Optional value" mean?

Nitin Aggarwal
Updated on 02-Jan-2023 14:29:11

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This error is very frequent as you can see many times while writing code. Don't worry, you will understand this error in detail in this article. Before jumping to the cause of this error, let's understand what is optional in Swift. Optional Initially, when we receive a value from another source, such as the backend server, it might contain a valid value or nothing at all. In that case, you use optionals that represent a variable with two possible situations: either a value or no value at all. var possibleNumber = "450" var convertedNumber = Int(possibleNumber) In the above ... Read More

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