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#Actualalnite

Posted 08 December 2012 - 07:39 AM

iOS development is always done on a mac, not Windows. Apple never made their SDK available for Windows. I haven't used Macincloud, but I wouldn't suggest doing that. When you sign up to be an Apple Developer, you are required to sign your build before you can put that on a device or release it to the market. This key needs to be stored on your machine, and you would need to connect your iPhone to the actual physical machine before you can test your app. You can't do that over the cloud.

#1alnite

Posted 08 December 2012 - 07:38 AM

iOS development is always done on a max, not Windows. Apple never made their SDK available for Windows. I haven't used Macincloud, but I wouldn't suggest doing that. When you sign up to be an Apple Developer, you are required to sign your build before you can put that on a device or release it to the market. This key needs to be stored on your machine, and you would need to connect your iPhone to the actual physical machine. You can't do that over the cloud.

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