It's been quite a quiet week in iOS development, which always happens at around this point in the beta cycle. The excitement of the new shiny things has started to fade, and everyone always goes a little quiet as they get to work, putting everything into practice.

Even though it's not been as busy a week, that doesn't mean there's not some fantastic content though, so read on! ๐Ÿ™‡โ€โ™‚๏ธ

Dave Verwer  





Senior iOS Developer @ Doist โ€“ Joining Doist as an iOS developer means you'll be joining a diverse, ambitious, remote-first team of 70+ people who are distributed across 31 countries. You'll help create tools, like Todoist and Twist, that promote a calmer, more balanced, more fulfilling way to work and live. โ€“ Remote, anywhere!

iOS Engineer @ Karbon โ€“ Join our dedicated, all-remote agency and help us build amazing iOS apps for amazing clients. We've spent the past 10 years helping companies ship apps to millions of usersโ€”join us as we focus on the next 10 years. โ€“ Remote within US time zones

Senior iOS Developer @ WillyWeather โ€“ WillyWeather is a feature rich app that that beautifully delivers the most accurate local weather data from best in class data sources. This is a fantastic opportunity to have an immediate impact working on one of Australiaโ€™s most used apps. Work remotely alongside a collaborative and innovative team. โ€“ Remote within Asia Pacific time zones


And finally...

How do you record videos of your Apple Watch apps? You have the watch on your wrist, tap the screen with your other hand, and hold the camera with ... yea, that's gonna be a problem! ๐Ÿ˜‚