|Dec 13, 2009, 02:53 PM||#1|
Screen size... important when developing iPhone applictaions?
Will an iMac be better than a MacBook when developing iPhone applications because it has a bigger screen and is faster. Or will the extra screen space and processor speed not really matter while developing?
I ask because at the moment I cant afford a MacBook and a big 20+ inch monitor.
|Dec 13, 2009, 09:29 PM||#6|
Not at all. Any recent mac model should have plenty of screen retail space and processor to develop for the iPhone.
Personally, I use a 24" iMac, but I'm sure a laptop would work fine if you were willing to use Spaces to go between the documentation and XCode.
Battery Status - On the Mac App Store
The only app that'll estimate when your wireless devices will need their batteries changed.
Including the ones paired with other Macs on your network.
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