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only if your copy of windows is running on a mac… and you bypass the windows part of it.

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the short answer will be NO.

However, it is possible to implement parts of your Iphone application on Windows. Start by installing GNUstep, after that you should be able to code in Objective-C.

Take as example a small two-dimensional game implementation, you can implement on your Windows machine 90% of the app (game AI, help functions etc.). If you use OpenGL ES for the graphical part you can code parts of it on Windows too.

You can find a concise introduction on how to start with Objective-C on Windows on this blog:


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