Unless you have been living under a pile of VB6 code, you probably should already know that Apple released a new language called Swift. Swift is a product of inspiration of several programming languages and clearly reflects Apple's future direction.
Developer's have already jumped on the early versions of Swift's bandwagon to create their next generation applications. It would be interesting to see how many people jump from Objective-C to Swift and how fast.
In my recent tweet I posted about my fears of the possible hate relationship between Swift and Objective-C developers. Much like the VB.NET and C# community with the hate flowing towards VB.NET developers.
Unfortunately, this question cannot be answered at this time and only time will tell that how the followers of these two languages will be united under one supreme power, the love for software development.