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iOS Simulator

How do you bring up the iOS simulator on a mac and test your website with it? Thanks!

1 Answer

Patrick Serrano
Patrick Serrano
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You need to have Xcode installed. Then you open the Applications folder, find Xcode and right click on it and select show package contents. Then open the contents folder, and the application folder. In that applications folder is the iPhone simulator. From there you can drag it to your dock for easier access in the future.