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  1. Stealth1029's Avatar
    Who says no Official iPhone SDK in windows?



    Although I'm pretty sure it has been done before, With some Magic from VMWare Workstation, and a modified Leopard Install Disk, It is indeed possible to use Apple's Official SDK in Windows (Along with anything Mac). No need for Cygwin anymore.

    Lets see how this turns out. As you can see by the "3 Hours and 6 Minutes" at the bottom, this process is painfully slow (Partially due to the fact that I have only 2 GB of RAM, and only 1 GB is being allocated to Leopard). I still have 3 hours to go.

    I'll post whatever happens here.

    UPDATE: The whole machine crashed I'll try to get it to install again. Back to square one.
    Last edited by Stealth1029; 2008-06-13 at 08:06 PM.
    2008-06-13 07:42 PM
  2. JedixJarf's Avatar
    just use your modified leopard disk to dual boot leopard and windows.
    2008-06-13 07:57 PM
  3. Stealth1029's Avatar
    just use your modified leopard disk to dual boot leopard and windows.
    Yeah. I've been trying forever. but it just won't install. I've tried everything. And I just give up. I'd rather just run it in VMWare, and stop cracking my head trying to figure it out.

    EDIT: It crashed I'll try again.
    Last edited by Stealth1029; 2008-06-13 at 08:08 PM.
    2008-06-13 08:05 PM
  4. Napoleon_PhoneApart's Avatar
    I have OSX 10.5.3 running fine on my PC...
    2008-06-13 09:27 PM
  5. Stealth1029's Avatar
    I have OSX 10.5.3 running fine on my PC...
    VMWare, or Dual Boot?

    Still got about 2 hours left...
    Last edited by Stealth1029; 2008-06-13 at 09:58 PM.
    2008-06-13 09:54 PM
  6. Safari's Avatar
    Hope it doesnt crash again LOL
    2008-06-13 10:26 PM
  7. Stealth1029's Avatar
    Hope it doesnt crash again LOL
    I'm praying right now. 57 mins left.

    EDIT: I installed it, but I cant find it anywhere. I'll try one more time.



    EDIT 2: Well, after getting "Kernel Panic" I decided that me, VMWare, and Leopard simply dont mix.

    I give up.
    Last edited by Stealth1029; 2008-06-14 at 02:44 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
    2008-06-14 02:43 AM
  8. ima80baby's Avatar
    Someone please link me to a good tutorial to install Leopard on an AMD machine. I've seen some before, but I want one that someone has already used and had success with, thanks.
    2008-06-15 07:08 AM
  9. Apple iPie's Avatar
    Wow! Cool! Whats the name of the program?
    2008-06-15 07:26 AM
  10. omgreptar6's Avatar
    I could only get the Tiger OSX 10.4.10 to work on my HP dv6000 AMD Turion 64x2

    There is a guide to update that to leopard for AMD, but i couldnt get it to work...

    Been playing with xcode 2.5 in the tiger install.... Kinda fun, but too slow for any real dev.
    2008-06-17 06:17 AM
  11. Merriadok's Avatar
    seems like a useul thing..
    2008-06-18 11:08 AM
  12. fearlessx's Avatar
    hi, i was wondering is a 1.1.4firmware and windows xp based computer can use SDK. i wanna make my own app. !! thnaks you
    2008-06-21 07:43 PM
  13. NetMage's Avatar
    You can use toolchain but not official SDK - Intel Mac only and firmware 2.x only.
    Starlight Computer Wizardry
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    2008-06-22 06:08 AM
  14. mhaseebkhan's Avatar
    Hi,

    I hope all is well on your end.

    A wonderful job done! It means now one can develop iPhone Applications on Windows PC which is great in itself. It really is an ultimate mode !

    I am also looking for a similar setup but so far I am not able to find any tutorial, help or guidance in order to achieve that. I have a Core2Duo Dell Inspiron Laptop with 2 GB of RAM and Windows XP. I want to develop iPhone Applications on my machine using VMWare. Do you have a step by step guide as how you did that or any tutorial which I can follow in order to configure the environment.

    Any help in this regard will be highly appreciated.

    Thanks is advance.

    Muhammad Haseeb Khan
    [email protected]
    2008-08-19 07:51 AM
  15. Grumps's Avatar
    How is it going so far? Anyone with a working method yet?
    2008-08-25 08:45 PM
  16. netrat's Avatar
    I've gotten OSX 10.5.4 to work under VMWare.

    Everything works, include XCode with iPhone SDK, Interface builder.. etc. It compiles and can also go through the iPhone Simulator. I haven't upload any apps to the iPhone yet though.. 'coz I need to learn how to program in Cocoa/Objective-C. (Anyone want to give me a helping hand?)

    If interested, please follow the guide @

    Tutorial: Install Retail Leopard on VMware Workstation - InsanelyMac Forum

    Cheers, gl all.

    ***This won't work on AMD system. If you have AMD, I urge not to hamper the dude with "why it doesn't work 'coz I have AMD".
    2008-09-15 03:37 AM
  17. fonz06's Avatar
    2008-09-16 09:03 PM
  18. ipodtouchpro's Avatar
    2008-09-29 01:24 PM
  19. nevarDeath's Avatar
    I've got Leopard 10.5.4 dual booting with vista on my HP tx2000 tablet pc just fine. Here's a guide I wrote on installing leopard on it:
    Dual Booting Mac OS X Leopard...

    then go to the bay of pirates torrent site and search for AMD iphone SDK and some dude modified the .mpkg for the sdk to work on AMD procs. SDK installed in 10 minutes and my system is stable. my headphone jacks and webcam and CPU power management don't work, but I can write iPhone apps with the same speed as on a mac without shelling out a ton of money for an Apple computer

    Also this site:
    http://wiki.osx86project.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page

    has lists of computer models with instructions on how to install whatever flavor of OSX on them.
    Last edited by nevarDeath; 2008-10-10 at 06:31 AM.

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    2008-10-10 06:23 AM
  20. nickmuni's Avatar
    Who says no Official iPhone SDK in windows?



    Although I'm pretty sure it has been done before, With some Magic from VMWare Workstation, and a modified Leopard Install Disk, It is indeed possible to use Apple's Official SDK in Windows (Along with anything Mac). No need for Cygwin anymore.

    Lets see how this turns out. As you can see by the "3 Hours and 6 Minutes" at the bottom, this process is painfully slow (Partially due to the fact that I have only 2 GB of RAM, and only 1 GB is being allocated to Leopard). I still have 3 hours to go.

    I'll post whatever happens here.

    UPDATE: The whole machine crashed I'll try to get it to install again. Back to square one.
    Where did you download the mac osx iso
    2008-10-23 09:08 PM
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