Check the operation of Elementor using the iOS simulator!

It is not a Elementor neta, but sweat sweat
I will introduce it because it is a very convenient application here!

The “iOS simulator”, which is in Xcode for Apple developers.


On the Mac, iPhone and iPad display environment can be checked in a state close to the actual machine, but in the end I recommend the actual confirmation.

Xcode

Download xCode First
Https://developer.apple.com/jp/xcode/

After downloading, right-click the xCode app in the installed app and select “Show Package Contents”.

Contents > DeveloperApplications > Since there is a Simulator.app, it will be easier to start from the next time you drag and put in the Dock!

Simulartor will stand up and
Hardware Menu > Device > iOS12.1 > iPhone X
And if you select the device you want to work with, such a screen will rise.


You can start more than one device.

If your language is in English, do your normal iOS Japanese environment.
Select Settings > General > languages and regions > iPhone language > Japanese.

Screen capture

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Let’s face it, no look is really complete without the right finishes. Not to the best of standards, anyway (just tellin’ it like it is, babe). Upgrading your shoe game. Platforms, stilettos, wedges, mules, boots—stretch those legs next time you head out, then rock sliders, sneakers, and flats when it’s time to chill.

Announce

New
arrival

2019 collection

Let’s face it, no look is really complete without the right finishes. Not to the best of standards, anyway (just tellin’ it like it is, babe). Upgrading your shoe game. Platforms, stilettos, wedges, mules, boots—stretch those legs next time you head out, then rock sliders, sneakers, and flats when it’s time to chill.