Objective-C has been widely preferred and used after the announcement for iOS SDK, this went on for years. Then came in Swift. Since last three years, Swift has made Objective-C take a back seat and pushed it away from the limelight. Swift has not only replaced Objective-C for developing iOS apps, but C has also been pushed aside for embedded programming for the iOS platform. Swift has helped create immersive and responsive applications in the past few years.
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