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Add iPad to the list of User Agents in Safari's Develop menu
Authored by: ManxStef on Apr 17, '10 10:49:46AM

Ah, apologies for the confusion. The standard Xcode 3 + iPhone SDK, which includes the iPhone/iPad Simulator, is available to free Apple Developer accounts. It costs to actually sign up for the iPhone Developer Program, which enables you to release apps on the App Store and grants access to the SDK 4.0 beta (which includes the iPad SDK), but you don't need this to get the iPad Simulator.



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Add iPad to the list of User Agents in Safari's Develop menu
Authored by: cDizzle on Apr 18, '10 04:06:56PM

Nope. The iPad Simulator is not included in the latest Xcode (3.2.2) and is not free. You need to sign up for a $99 Developer account to get the iPad Simulator functionality.



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Add iPad to the list of User Agents in Safari's Develop menu
Authored by: ManxStef on Apr 18, '10 04:12:46PM

Uh, it really is - It's part of the iPhone Simulator - I have it and I'm not a paid dev, just using the standard free XCode +iPhone SDK.

Launch the iPhone Simulator ( /Developer/Platforms/iPhoneSimulator.platform/Developer/Applications/iPhone\ Simulator.app ), go to Hardware, Device and tick iPad. Then run Safari as you would on a real iPad.



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