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    accmaster's Avatar
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    Aug 01, 2009
    Apple Hardware for Iphone applications
    Hi, I am a software engineer and for last 7 years i am designing softwares in VB6 &, now i want to learn iphone applications, can some one help me which hardware is good for me for designing iphone applications???


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    Feb 08, 2007
    Berkshire, England
    how about a mac and an iphone?

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    2.16GHz C2D MacBook w/ 2GB RAM & 120GB HD. HTC Droid Incredible.
    You just really need a Mac and that is it.
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    2012 13" MBP (2.5 i5, 8GB)
    If you're looking for the cheapest possible route, get a Mac Mini. If I'm not mistaken, you need an Intel Mac so if you do buy a second hand machine, make sure it's an Intel Mac.
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    May 31, 2009
    Mac Mini, and an ipod touch. Although there is simulator there is no feeling in how the application actually works in your hands. I say iPod touch because you pay one time, and don't have to pay for other services.

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