Anyways, for anyone who is interested, the only two apps that work are Safari and Maps.
And for anyone who can't access it, here are the features:
In the meanwhie, you are welcome to checkout my blog : alexw.me
You can also fork this at https://github.com/altryne/Ipad-Simulator
and hack on this and do cool stuff because open souce rulez
Things that work :
-Moving Screens left and right with "spring" effect
-Dock icons have css3 "reflection" ;)
-All icons have css3 rounded corners and shadow similar to Ipads
-Search works almost identically to the ios. (using modified jquery live-search)
-Lock screen effect with returning lock
-Home button works (exits apps, goes to first page,
return from sleep mode,exits edit mode)
-Sleep button puts iPad in sleep mode
-Edit Mode: click and hold on any app for 2 seconds to enable edit mode
°Edit mode icons shake in chrome (using css animation)
°Move apps from place to place in edit mode
°Move apps to another page
°Move apps to dock
 - http://graphicpeel.com/cssiosicons
Coincidentally, those are the only two apps I tried, and they both immediately worked, which caused me to (incorrectly) conclude that everything would work. So much for random sampling.
This is extremely impressive! It always surprises me how
far people can go with web scripting languages like
Did anyone actually look at the code?
I'm not even sure I understand what the point of this is.
How is it not? Regardless of the code, doesn't it perfectly emulate some key features of iOS? Understanding the point is another argument...
(If you're using Chrome, use the middle mouse button to scroll).
Mozilla/5.0 (iPad; U; CPU OS 3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/531.21.10 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0.4 Mobile/7B334b Safari/531.21.10
Now I'm seriously impressed.
Why would you simulate some things (search, SpringBoard animations) with a very high level of detail, but completely neglect others?
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