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You can install iPhone apps in windows laptop.But this is not correct environment for iPhone apps. You can miss different GUI bugs. Must test apps in real device. You can test apps in Cloud like ( http://xamarin.com/test-cloud )
you can use this simulator: iPadian http://www.xpadian.com/
As far as I know there are no known iPhone emulators for windows on which you can test iPhone applications. The only alternative I can think of is installing Mac OS X in a virtualbox virtual machine and run XCode and the iOS emulator in an virtual machine. Although this might be a legal issue, since you are not allowed to virtualize Mac OS X under Windows. ...
Although Eclipse is for developing iPhone apps, you can still use it to simulate an iPhone and use it on Windows. This has been asked on StackOverflow: iPhone Development on Eclipse IDE
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