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Hi,

is there any real working IOS emulator out there that I can use on my Windows 10?

I'm planning to install an app on it but I don't have access to an IOS device.

 

I've searched for this on the Internet and saw some results, but they look scammy that's why I wanted to ask you if you have experience with any of them or you know they actually work and are real.

 

thanks in advance 

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What about an ios virtual machine within your w10 environment?

 

Edit: did not try ios itself, but win and android virtual machines (virtualbox) were fine within the linux environment.

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10 minutes ago, mp68terr said:

What about an ios virtual machine within your w10 environment?

 

Edit: did not try ios itself, but win and android virtual machines (virtualbox) were fine within the linux environment.

 

Sure that will work too i guess, do you know any IOS VM?

I just wanted to run a cracked IOS app, that's it. so i don't even need app store service.

 

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On 2/22/2021 at 4:18 PM, Sylence said:

 

Sure that will work too i guess, do you know any IOS VM?

I just wanted to run a cracked IOS app, that's it. so i don't even need app store service.

 

Search in torrent. There are lots of IOS VM ready to use images available. Not even needs installation. Just run it through vm. I remembering trying many of such images few years back. Worked like charm.

 

Try this 

https://isoriver.com/macos-catalina-image-file-virtualbox-vmware/

 

 

 

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On 2/28/2021 at 5:31 AM, ThE iNsAnE said:

Search in torrent. There are lots of IOS VM ready to use images available. Not even needs installation. Just run it through vm. I remembering trying many of such images few years back. Worked like charm.

 

Try this 

https://isoriver.com/macos-catalina-image-file-virtualbox-vmware/

 

 

 

 

Hi,

i've used Mac OS on VMware before, but not IOS.

i'll try searching for it in torrent sites that I've added to favorites, hopefully i'll find one

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On 2/27/2021 at 11:01 PM, ThE iNsAnE said:

Search in torrent. There are lots of IOS VM ready to use images available. Not even needs installation. Just run it through vm. I remembering trying many of such images few years back. Worked like charm.

 

Try this 

https://isoriver.com/macos-catalina-image-file-virtualbox-vmware/

 

 

 

Are you sure you used IOS VMs? Aren't you confusing Mac OS with IOS? I’ve never seen a VM with IOS, I thought it was not possible. If it is possible I would love to download it too.

 

 

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On 3/4/2021 at 2:30 PM, Caseyblack said:

Are you sure you used IOS VMs? Aren't you confusing Mac OS with IOS? I’ve never seen a VM with IOS, I thought it was not possible. If it is possible I would love to download it too.

 

 

 

Yeah i thought about the same thing. he talked about IOS VM and then gave me a link to Mac OS VM.

 

and I did search for IOS VM torrent, didn't find anything

 

 

 

 

 

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8 hours ago, Sylence said:

 

Yeah i thought about the same thing. he talked about IOS VM and then gave me a link to Mac OS VM.

 

and I did search for IOS VM torrent, didn't find anything

 

 

 

 

 

Let's wait for him to confirm, but I believe he got confused. As far as I know, VM softwares does not support ARM operating systems.

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just to clarify, creating ARM based VMs are possible on Hyper-V

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windowsinsiderpreviewARM64

 

this explanation is included in insider page, using as proof.

 

With Windows 10 on ARM Insider Preview builds, you can create 64-bit ARM (ARM64) VMs in Hyper-V on Windows 10 ARM-based PCs. Creating ARM64 VMs is not supported on x64 hardware.

ARM64 VMs are only supported on devices that meet the pre-requisites:

Windows 10 ARM-based PCs with a Microsoft SQ1, Microsoft SQ2, Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx, or Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 processor

  • Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise, build 19559 or newer
  • Hyper-V enabled (instructions)
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