If you want to follow Apple's Human Interface Guidelines then you have to think of another pattern, because last year they announced that hamburger menus are not a welcomed sight in iOS applications:
And again, I’m not going to say that there’s no place for these controls categorically. I think there are some apps that could maybe use one. But I will say that their value is greatly over-stated, and they have huge usabiliy downsides too.
Remember, the three key things about an intuitive navigation system is that they tell you where you are, and they show you where else you can go. Hamburger menus are terrible at both of those things, because the menu is not on the screen. It’s not visible.
It takes at least twice as many taps to change sections. Something that should be very easy and fluid is made more difficult.
I don't personally agree with all of these statements, but this is Apple's view.
Edit: I noticed I didn't offer you a better alternative.
You can have many navigation alternatives in your iOS Tab Bar by simply adding a "More" tab:
There you can place those options that are not as important as the other 4, which are always visible. For more information you should have a look at the iOS Tab Bar Guidelines (scroll down a little).