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Windows Simulator for iPhone apps?

Posted on 2013-05-29
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Hello

Sorry for the dumb question but is there a good Windows simulator for using a few apps that are exclusively in iOS and not in Android yet?

Any comments would be appreciated. Thanks.

ps: Before anyone suggests that I should get an iPhone if I want to use iPhone apps, I had one but was stolen recently at a public library :(
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Sorry but you would need to use a Mac running xCode. There is not a program that allows IOS simulation on Windows. I have 2 PC's at my desk. Windows and Mac. Unlike Android where Eclipse runs on any platform apple has restricted IOS to apple only. Mainly because many of the modules are encoded in apple's operating system and is not available to Windows users.
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