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a good path of learning iphone programming for beginners

 
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I am interested in iphone programming and also own an iphone. but I do not have an apple laptop. I would be interested to know a path of beginners where I can develop and test app. It would be wonderful to get some ideas

I hope the new book for absolute beginners has options for developers with no apple laptop.
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Hi maha, unfortunately there's no other legal way of developing iPhone apps other than getting an Apple (intel-based) machine.
 
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maha nit wrote:but I do not have an apple laptop


It doesn't have to be a laptop. Any Mac with an Intel processor will do.
 
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