Anyone know of an Iphone emulator that can be used to test/run apps and games on PC?
vista and xp has touchscreen support, it is not the os its the monitor having touch screen support (which ends up paying double for a gimick and that halves the life of the monitor).... iphone emulator isnt possible due to touchscreen, look at the ds emulators, what isnt possible is figuring out how to do the acceleromoter, rendering the 3d graphics accurately and have the emulator run at a good speed and have good compatiblity.I think it is possible because look at Windows 7.. It will have touch screen.
Completely off topic and I don't mean offense by this, but it bugs me when people say "it's not an emulator, it's a simulator" (or vice-versa). The distinction between the two is very poorly defined, and people pretty much say that any time they want to distinguish a particular emulator in some way. I've seen it to mean "more accurate", "less accurate", with whatever display/realtime debugging, etc.And before someone mentions it, the iPhone "emulator" in the Xcode SDK in OSX is NOT an emulator; it's a simulator. It just shows you how the apps would look/function.
Ah, this is great. Every time I hear a newb mention Corn it gets more and more exaggerated, like some overblown urban legend. Pentium 100MHz, any video card, needed to use a program to slow it down, that's wonderful. My Celeron 400MHz certainly didn't need a program to slow Corn down, I guess it had proper speed synchronization afterall? And it sure wouldn't have ran well (or at all) on a video card that didn't have 3D acceleration. All that aside, I'm very skeptical that a 100MHz Pentium 1 could sustain fullspeed CPU emulation for Mario 64 in Corn, even if said emulation was way below what was necessary for emulating other N64 games. I do see that number mentioned a lot, but I have a good feeling that most people weren't actually around when this emulator was it.deadmouse said:it was with a emu called CORN,played mario world on a p100mhz 64 megs ram ANY video card and win98 FASTER than the real n64,every one had to use a pcSlowdown program.
legal..wtf..slavry legal?no..do most people work for a living?yes..slavry is work and u ****s do it every day,if a black guy calls me cracker and i call him ni-gg-e-r- who was wrong?me of course..who is to say whats legal anymore or whats aceptable,i beleave IF u have no means the shet should be free,my line of thinking is "if u'r poor u need breaks till u can do for yourself,i mean what if some poor bastered downloaded the IPHONE emulator then make the app every one bought?should we condem him for having the emulator or pat him on the back and say "Grate ****ing job man"deadmouse you are a dummy, sorry for the name calling but emulation never ever meant that cpu speed bieng the factor, its emulation the cpu architecture which is different to destop cpus as well as other hardware the iphone uses... by your logic then a pentium 2 with a tnt 2 video card can run nintendo ds full speed....
ME-what,a 200mhz..lets not be a twit,a 500 mhz would emulate a iphone with no problems,emulation the cpu architecture my ass,i'v been into emulation for over 14 years.
the point is emulators is hard work, its not a matter of someone getting bored to do it, its a matter of someone having the time and can get bothered to do it... ill doubt we will ever see an emulator when there is already a large, continually growing amount of people getting the phone
ME-again,twit,the point of emulators was so poor people could "emulate" systems they could never aford with LOW END CHEAP COMPUTERS!it only takes so damn long cuz "LAZY programing" back in the day the guy made a NEOGEO bios have game genie suport in 2 days,these days mother****erz just slap lazy made code into it and call it optimized,on an apple PC it takes what a 2.4 ghz to run NES emulators!,while on the 4 days or less pc side we have nes emulators that only need a 486 100mhz..people said we'd never see a jaguar emulator also..jeez there are like what 20 of them.
still the point is it will terrible emulator anyways when so many games rely multitouch and the acceloromoter which cant be emulated properly with current hardware anyways so my opinion i wouldnt bother with an emu of the iphone unless you would like an incomplete emulation....
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Muti Touch...odd caan't find nothing in google..what that link is it & For Every PC :eyemove:
all those people asking for an iphone emu dont own an iphone anyways so you wouldnt be legally entitled to use the emu (if there ever is one) and the stuff you would run on it will most likely pirated games
yup..i'm a ramdom person...took over a year for me to get the email..It took you over a year to post THAT?
Sorry for answering after so much time, but I just found this topic ^^,Completely off topic and I don't mean offense by this, but it bugs me when people say "it's not an emulator, it's a simulator" (or vice-versa). The distinction between the two is very poorly defined, and people pretty much say that any time they want to distinguish a particular emulator in some way. I've seen it to mean "more accurate", "less accurate", with whatever display/realtime debugging, etc.