If you thinks that iPhone SDK is available for Mac OS X only you are wrong. Some folks (unknown) managed to run iPhone Software Development Kit a.k.a SDK for Windows machines. Benjamin Lambinet (iHackintosh Fan) mailed me a screenshot of working Alpha version of WiSDK. But he hasn’t provided me any more details about this software. I’ll update this page as we got any download link or more information. Remember 10 months ago someone claimed at wisdk.tumbler.com that he made a Windows version of iPhone SDK but he never released that software. If you are eager to run iPhone SDK on your PC the best way so far is to install modified Mac OSX a.k.a. OSX86 on your PC then install the official iPhone SDK. Bear in Mind you can’t submit your apps via hacked SDK. In order to submit your app you must have a legit Mac Machine and official iPhone SDK. But if you are looking for testing purposes or learning coding the apps these options are best.
Update : Thanx to Benjamin for providing the link of WiSDK site. The first iPhone SDK for Microsoft Windows project is claimed by Ehrmann, Mick and Sam, from Sweden. Check out their site by clicking here. WiSDK includes an environment of development code, an IDE for design interfaces, an iPhone simulator, and a compiler to prepare your applications for the distribution via platforms as Apple AppStore, Cydia, or the others.
Relative information :
WiSDK run on Microsoft Windows XP/Vista (32/64 Bit).
Current version is Alpha (a111.2).
Current compiler version is 1.0.114 (Alpha).
Full package size is 86 Mb.