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I've gone through alot of trouble to try to get an old mac g3 to download and run the iphone sdk, and everytime i log in to the dev. center to download the sdk, it says i need to run some updates, so i do, I updated from 10.3 to 10.4.11, and now it says i need at least 10.5, this is another large hurdle for me, so my question is this: is 10.5 absolutely necessary to run the iphone sdk? are there ways around it? I'm new to macs, and all i really want to do is run the sdk, but apparently this is impossible
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I've gone through alot of trouble to try to get an old mac g3 to download and run the iphone sdk, and everytime i log in to the dev. center to download the sdk, it says i need to run some updates, so i do, I updated from 10.3 to 10.4.11, and now it says i need at least 10.5, this is another large hurdle for me, so my question is this: is 10.5 absolutely necessary to run the iphone sdk? are there ways around it? I'm new to macs, and all i really want to do is run the sdk, but apparently this is impossible
Not that I know of. You need Leopard to run the SDK. And an old G3 won't run it. Make sure to check the requirements.
General requirements:

Mac computer with an Intel, PowerPC G5, or PowerPC G4 (867MHz or faster) processor


512MB of memory
DVD drive for installation
9GB of available disk space

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