iPhone App Development

iPhone App Development in Miami

SDSOL’s iPhone App development team loves building iPhone Apps for startups and businesses. Now, with iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s+ and iOS 9, our iPhone developers have even more ammunition to build the most amazing Apps yet! Since the inception of the iPhone, SDSol has been honing and perfecting its iPhone Development Process.


Our customers see the passion that we have for this technology, and from concept to delivery, our team works tirelessly to build smooth, functional, and user friendly iPhone Apps. Our business planners help you sculpt the idea; our designers help sculpt the UI/UX; and our programmers make everything possible. iPhone Development is a skill, not a hobby, and SDSol knows how to build iPhone Apps professionally and effectively. That’s why you’re here, right? To find the best iPhone developer you can.


Is iPhone app development expensive?

This is the most common question we get at SDSol. The simple answer is, “it all depends on the scope of your project.” Your iPhone app development project begins with a discovery meeting. Our iPhone app development team evaluates the project and then can estimate the cost pretty accurately.


Should I launch my app on iPhone only?

If you are thinking about developing an app, launching on iPhone only is sometimes a viable option. Apple’s biggest market is the United States. As such, if you only want to launch your app in the US, considering an iPhone only launch is reasonable. It is worth noting, however, that if your budget allows, we do recommend launching on both major mobile platforms.


Does my iPhone app need a server?

This is another frequently asked question on iPhone app development. The simple answer is, “most likely.” The server is typically what runs your iPhone app. We call it the mothership. If your iPhone app doesn’t have a server side component, it will not have common features found in most apps today.


How long does it take to develop an iPhone app?

Developing an iPhone app is a two step process. First, we have to plan it, and then we have to build it. A typical iPhone app development project takes approximately 3-4 months.


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