Emulation

Developer Ports the Original iPhone OS to a Computer

Mobile developer Martijn "devos50" de Vos recently succeeded in emulating the original iPhone OS, version 1.0, from the first-generation iPod touch on a computer using QEMU (via 9to5Mac). Apple keeps its operating systems (even legacy ones) pretty locked down — and for good reason, given that the company prides itself in being a purveyor of unparalleled...

OS X Emulator OpenEmu Adds Support for PSX, N64 and More

OS X's best emulator just received a huge update. We first covered OpenEmu all the way back when it first released in late 2013, and the venerable emulator received arguably its biggest update since that very first release. Initially, the application supported a variety of 8 and 16-bit including Game Boy, GameBoy Color, Game Boy Advance, Game Gear,...