At least for me. Today I am playing around with making iOS app. Making an app for IOS is a bit different than making for Android.
For starter, to develop a native app in Android, you would be using Java or Kotlin.
To make apps for IOS, you have to use either Objective-C or Swift.
The layout is also different. There is “Auto Layout” feature in XCode, but in Android you have more flexibility on how you want to achieve your desired layout.
Sometimes constraint is good too: you have to be creative with what you have. Hence you see the simplicity of IOS apps but it felt premium.