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I don't know if it is even possible, but I would like to replay files collected and stored on my iPhone using the STi application (Telemetry data). Recently, the company upgraded their software to allow one to email the data. This is good for opening the data on my iPad, where I have a second copy of the App, but I would really like to view the data on my iMac (running 10.7.xx) So the first hurdle to get through is to have a copy of the Application on the iMac. I might be able to go to the iTunes store from the iMac and download the software, but the next hurdle, of course
would be will it run?

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Nope, an iOS application will not run on a Imac, one uses Intel Chips the the ARM

You would need an iOS emulator

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Sounds like more trouble than its worth... thanks will pass this along to my other Aero-buddies.

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