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The Swift programming language will become the standard for iOS application development while Objective-C will become obsolete
Swift is easier, faster and safer than Objective-C and therefore better suited to app development.
Apple shows no interest to re-write their own code in Swift. As long as the system core itself is written in ObjC, it won't become obsolete.
it ain't gonna happen any time soon. There is a tremendous legacy of frameworks and libraries that are difficult or impossible to access without an Objective-C shim. (See the HIDManager for an example)
If you build an easiest way to write a code that end in the same result, it'll be prefered over time.
Apple is devoting a tremendous amount of time and energy to the development of Swift and the language has seen an unprecedented adoption rate in the last year.
Xamarin allows you to write in a proper language like c#
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Xamarin is not a programming language, it's a 3rd party framework. Out of the topic.
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