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Mac Specs: 2012 MBP, Black speakers, Black Benq second monitor, black(ish) iPhone 5s, Black 2012 iPad, etc.

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If you're developing for iOS you are COMPLETELY barking up the wrong tree.

Machine is too old to run the version of XCode you have to use, Leopard is incompatible with your goals, etc. Board would be too expensive to replace, and so on and so on and so on.

Bottom line: you need a fairly recent Mac. You could go for a Mac mini, a refurb'd or used (recent vintage, like the last couple-three years) iMac, or a combination of those. If you're going to get serious about iOS development, this is a penny in the fountain compared to what you'll earn back (and tax-deductible as well!).
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