Being one of the most widely used operating systems, iOS is almost inevitable when you are creating an application. However, unlike Android, iOS flaunts more stringent rules. Here are some guidelines reported by a reputed IPhone App Development Company in Dubai to guide the newbie developers in their next iOS application development process:

  1. Devise and plan your idea:

Firstly, you have to devise the core idea your app will be based on. And then you need to ponder over why your targeted audience will download your app? When planned before, you can save a considerable amount of your time and confusion. Fine-tune your idea and sketch technically detailed documents with the assistance and supervision of a dedicated project manager.

  1. Research:

Discover whether there are other mobile applications the same as yours, dwell over the design, get information on the technical demands, and lastly, on how you can advertise and monetize your mobile application.

  1. Wire-framing:

Wire-frames are user experience (UX) guidelines that determine user options and are also comprised of an information architecture blueprint.

  1. Create Design:

To create a heavy-warming visual design, an intuitive user interface (UI), and an engaging user experience (UX) is vital. In this phase of development, the designer works on-screen features, including animations, graphics, icons and also create the design prototypes for developers going to work on the project afterwards. 

  1. Software Architecture Planning:

Here at this part of the process, both the front-end and back-end development unit work together that happens along with the design phase before diving into the development process to assure whether the software is scalable for the app.

MVC (model view controller paradigm) is a key approach when it comes to iOS app development sectioned into three components, id est., data, user interfaces, and the software.

  1. App Development:

The app is the result of smooth coordination between the front-end and back-end development professionals. While front-end programmer handles the development of codes to produce different design elements for mobile application, whereas the back-end developer refers to the server part that revolves around how your application works.

  1. Testing Phase:

Since Apple’s has very high approval and submission standards, testing may get really tough. Here, the developer follows the following functions for every single screen in order to make sure that your app is free form bug and glitches of all sorts and works smoothly:

  • Test case preparation.
  • Usability testing.
  • Automated script identification and modification.
  • Manual and automated testing.
  • Device testing.
  • Security and compliance testing.
  • Performance testing.
  1. App Submission:

Getting your application submitted to the App Store is a hard nut to crack, as it takes some steps:

  • Make your iOS app Id, or Identifier.
  • Make a provisioning profile.
  • Configuring your target’s build settings using Xcode.
  • Make an App Store listing.
  • Make a release build.
  • Complete the version information.
  • Present the version for review.
  • Release the iOS app.