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Посоветуйте годный синтезатор речи. С момента создания говорилки с голосом Николай, так и не придумали ничего получше?
Apple tends to use hardware-level DRM which makes it very difficult to emulate Mac OS and iOS environment.
In addition, Mac OS and iOS are a type of BSD, and don't run Linux kernels. Nor do they, as far as I know, ship Linux compatibility kernel modules or userlands like some other BSDs. Doing a search on the internet seems to indicate that while older versions of Mac OS are able to be emulated on VirtualBox, newer versions cannot be. However, for Mac OS- where most if not all iOS development is done, there is XCode which comes with an iOS simulator. I don't know if you can run apps on it though.
Even if you can, you will need the source code, as your x86 CPU can't run the ARM compiled binaries and I'm under the distinct impression XCode is an x86 suite.