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Is there any simulators available for iPhone so that I can program on my windows 7 machine
 
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Not really.

(Well, let me amend that: it depends on what you mean. If you're just looking to simulate the iPhone web experience, yes. If you want to code ObjC apps, not really, at least none that I'm ware of.)
 
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Thank you

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You can't do iOS development on Windows 7.
 
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Please make sure posts add additional content rather than just being a post for a post's sake.
 
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Unfortunately, iOS (iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad) development is Apple-machine (intel-based) only.
 
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David Newton wrote:Not really.

(Well, let me amend that: it depends on what you mean. If you're just looking to simulate the iPhone web experience, yes. If you want to code ObjC apps, not really, at least none that I'm ware of.)






I too agree with you David...
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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