iOS programming

remain

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Dec 8, 2009
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I really want to do apps for iphone and learn objective-c but i have windows so can I still learn it and run programs in windows what i have made..
 

MetalAZ

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Nov 22, 2009
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You could buy a Mac and dual boot. Then you still have your Windows but you can also learn objective-c and create iPhone apps.
 

remain

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Dec 8, 2009
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No real reason to be rude....
I didn't ment to be rude. I just wanted to say that I don't have the money to buy one. Sorry if I insulted somebody :(

Can I run OS X with some kind of emulator or something?
 

AndyCodez

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Aug 6, 2009
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Lol it seemed harsh :p You can go get a new mac mini for what like 499 or 599 or something? Not terrible credit card it up :p I wanted a mac for it i bought the 999 macbook and i love it and using this pos hp at work is terrible.
 

newb16

macrumors regular
Feb 27, 2008
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Lol it seemed harsh :p You can go get a new mac mini for what like 499 or 599 or something?
2OP - You can probably get second-hand one* even for less, and *newsflash* sell it after you find the entire enterprise failed or buy the brand new one in case of success.

* - it needto be intel-based, though.
 

TAJones99

macrumors regular
Apr 26, 2009
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Orange Park, FL
Yea I got a 2006 Macbook pro for $550 it may be a intel core duo but it does the job and its a mac :D I love it, I have snow leopard running on it in all.
 

jjgraz

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Feb 13, 2009
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Must be Intel!

Yea, i made the mistake of buying an older mac first and then realized they had to be intel based... best to get that part right the first time.
 

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