"Trial" software development for the iPhone


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Good day!
Torment yourself this question. I want to try to write something for the iPhone. Makosi I have. Make sense to buy either, and then, suddenly, it turns out that "not mine" it.
One option is to put a Hackintosh on your PC. Consider it as a backup.
What other options are there?
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Three options:
1)Mac
2)Hackintosh
3)Makos on dev.
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As already advised, the best option in the absence of a poppy is a dev :)
I in his time with the new path went first on Hackintosh, and then on a normal Mac.
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There is, incidentally, another option is to try to make the game in UDK. But it is to the original development Objective-C has nothing to do, and 3d game — a narrow specialization.
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Try to install on a virtual machine. At least the problems will be less in contrast to install Hackintosh on the PC.
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There is another option not to develop for iOS. The other is not given.
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on the path, Yes, the iphone sdk includes a device emulator.
It is believed that you can teach Smalltalk and C, then change in objective c is much easier because he grew out of these languages
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Thank you all! In General, I realized in what direction to dig.
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