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I was looking to run an app on my MBP as well and I stumbled upon the solution of using an IOS simulator: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1rGYxMPUcc I also use WeChatm the web-version too. I don't think it's slow. The annoying thing is that it disconnect quite often and you have to scan the QR code every once in a while. Let me know how you're gonna do.


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Your layout sounds reasonable. I can't answer this fully for you, but what I'd suggest is setting up both a Boot Camp and VM (or the Boot Camp as a VM disk), trying both ways out for a while, and see what works best for you. Some of this is personal taste and you may just have to find out for yourself. I have a similar setup: Retina MacBook Pro; Mac for ...


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Look under settings for the Virtual machine and under the display settings should be a check box Use full resolution for retina display Uncheck it.


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I don't have time to test all of this, I use a different and more complicated setup for the Linux servers I run. I also use the vmnet option from the "Pro" version and not the "Private to My Mac". Let me know if this works Shutdown your Windows VM You want to create a new network card in VMWare's settings for the Window's VM. In VMWare's settings for the ...


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Yes, both machines are powerfull enough to run the apps. Given the processors a MacBook Pro will perform better in tasks such as rendering. If the machine you have now isn't low-end and it is maxed out, you'll probably be happier with a MacBook Pro. If your not unhappy with rendering times on a similar machine, you'll probably be fine with an Air. Eclipse ...


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I've got a Samsung 840 Pro with the Inateck USB 3.0 enclosure with UASP support. Runs great. Make sure you get the enclosure with DC power in. Some says it's not needed, but I do notice a slight difference with the DC power in.


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I am still running a core 2 duo 3.5ghz desktop iMac (late 2009)...running windows 8 and ubuntu in parallels VM.....both windows and ubuntu run OK...cpu mark for my machine is 2.049....for the new macbook its 3.096.



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