IS IT BETTER TO MOVE TO SWIFT OR STAY WITH OBJECTIVE-C?

I haven't moved onto Swift myself yet, mainly because I've been doing less native coding and doing more cross-platform stuff, but from what I've read Swift is getting being picked up at a high rate due to it's ease of use and coding style. Google are even thinking of using it as the OS for android in the future. (Apple have made Swift open source apparently - who would have thunk it).
It's based on Objective C so the learning curve for you shouldn't be very steep. I say switch.

When Apple adopt new technologies they usually do it hard and fast. Don't be surprised to see new hardware or software features getting support in Swift first, then before too long, in Swift only.
I say switch too.

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