iphone and ipad query

Hello

can i get some information on ipad and iphone, As i am need to this technology. i would like to know ppt or link for a beginner. is it java is being used for the application development.

Thanks
Roy_sanu
roy_sanuAsked:
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kristof1104Commented:
It'll work, but running mac osx on a vm isn't legal.
I'm not saying you should use a vm but if  you do use it, it will work.

There are a lot of developers , that develope on a mac OSX VM.

The best option would be to buy a mac.

Regards Kristof
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SteveIT ManagerCommented:
Something like this ? http://rdsrc.us/dhoFO3
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kristof1104Commented:
Actually if you want to program for the IOS, you need to use Objective C.

There is however a way to program in java and convert it to Objective C, you can find all the info here : http://xmlvm.org/iphone/

Regards
Kristof
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roy_sanuAuthor Commented:
Thank you for the info, i would like to know if  it runs only only mac computer  or does it support window7.
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kristof1104Commented:
Whichever programming language you choose, in order for the app to be accepted in the app store. You need to build your application on a Mac.

If you are using windows, you can create a virtual machine of Mac OSX and program/build it.

Regards
Kristof
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roy_sanuAuthor Commented:
As i was going through the link which you have provided it tell me
"The iPhone SDK license agreement does not permit the development of a virtual machine"

that means if i set up  a virtual machine of Mac Osx of window  it will not work

Please comments on  it.

Roy_Sanu.
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