iOS Developer Salary

iOS developer earns an average of $53.14 per hour, monthly salary start from $5,212 and go up to $13,835. The average annual salary is $110,540 and can go up to $166,015 per year.

HourlyWeeklyMonthlyAnnual
$53.14$2,126$9,212$110,540

Salary Range

Percentile10%25%50%75%90%
Hourly$30.07$39.37$51.00$64.58$79.82
Weekly$1,203$1,575$2,040$2,583$3,193
Monthly$5,212$6,824$8,840$11,194$13,835
Annual$62,539$81,886$106,075$134,329$166,015

Historical and Future Estimates

YearJuniorIntermediateSenior
2020$69,048$114,273$177,091
2019$67,694$112,584$174,818
2018$66,367$110,921$172,575
2017$65,066$109,281$170,360
2016$63,790$107,666$168,174
2015$62,539$106,075$166,015
2014$61,313$104,508$163,885
2013$60,111$102,963$161,782

Salary by State

StateHourlyMonthlyAnnual
Alabama$49.75$8,623$103,476
Alaska$43.44$7,529$90,349
Arizona$47.87$8,297$99,567
Arkansas$42.85$7,428$89,138
California$64.06$11,103$133,241
Colorado$54.24$9,402$112,828
Connecticut$51.46$8,919$107,030
Delaware$52.07$9,026$108,308
District of Columbia$53.34$9,246$110,951
Florida$45.20$7,834$94,014
Georgia$48.80$8,458$101,500
Hawaii$45.53$7,892$94,703
Idaho$39.71$6,883$82,597
Illinois$45.78$7,935$95,225
Indiana$46.28$8,021$96,257
Iowa$42.64$7,390$88,683
Kansas$46.19$8,007$96,080
Kentucky$39.30$6,812$81,742
Louisiana$40.57$7,032$84,385
Maine$44.61$7,732$92,781
Maryland$57.83$10,023$120,280
Massachusetts$58.56$10,150$121,802
Michigan$43.71$7,576$90,915
Minnesota$48.97$8,489$101,866
Mississippi$44.70$7,748$92,981
Missouri$48.38$8,385$100,622
Montana$42.04$7,288$87,450
Nebraska$42.61$7,386$88,627
Nevada$48.39$8,388$100,655
New Hampshire$49.19$8,527$102,321
New Jersey$53.84$9,332$111,984
New Mexico$41.23$7,147$85,762
New York$57.14$9,905$118,859
North Carolina$50.26$8,712$104,543
North Dakota$34.63$6,003$72,035
Ohio$44.46$7,706$92,470
Oklahoma$42.25$7,323$87,872
Oregon$47.55$8,242$98,901
Pennsylvania$48.14$8,344$100,122
Puerto Rico$27.73$4,806$57,674
Rhode Island$49.96$8,659$103,910
South Carolina$43.58$7,553$90,638
South Dakota$41.16$7,134$85,607
Tennessee$43.86$7,602$91,226
Texas$51.81$8,980$107,763
Utah$47.85$8,294$99,523
Vermont$42.29$7,331$87,972
Virginia$55.62$9,641$115,693
Washington$61.60$10,678$128,132
West Virginia$45.54$7,894$94,725
Wisconsin$43.10$7,471$89,649
Wyoming$44.39$7,695$92,337

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