Mini vMac for iOS
You can import the ROM (
vMac.ROM) and disk images (with
.imgextension) into Mini vMac from other apps (iCloud Storage, Dropbox, etc), using AirDrop, iTunes File Sharing or the iOS Files app.
The disk image menu will attempt to find an icon from the following sources (in descending order of priority):
If no icon is found, it will show a standard floppy disk icon.
Swipe up with two fingers to show the keyboard, and down to hide it.
The emulated keyboard features all the keys on an Apple Extended keyboard (except the Power key). The Command, Option, Control and Shift keys are sticky, to make keyboard shortcuts easier to type. You can change the appearance of the emulated keyboard in the settings.
If you have an external keyboard attached, you can use it too, although some shortcuts may interfere with iOS.
You can choose to use the screen as a touchscreen, where tapping on the screen acts a mouse click, or as a trackpad. In trackpad mode, dragging is done by tapping twice fast and holding it down. 3D touch can also be used for clicking and dragging on supported devices.
If you use a mouse or trackpad on iPad OS 13.4 or newer, it will be used automatically.
If you have a jailbroken device and BTC Mouse & Trackpad, Mini vMac will use your bluetooth mouse or trackpad.
Swipe right with two fingers to show the settings dialog, where you can change the following: