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I wonder how can I slowdown my internet connection to test my application (not web application)?

If I were at the browser I would use this, but that is not the case. I want to test cocoa/cocoa-touch applications that run in MacOSX and the iOS simulator

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Bear in mind that lower bandwidth is only part of the story when it comes to mobile data connections. The higher latency is likely to be much more important, particularly from the user experience point of view. – Scott Jun 30 '11 at 11:37
    
You should also take a look at superuser.com/questions/330501/… – Ehtesh Choudhury May 21 '12 at 15:35

Use speed limit. It slows done your internet connection on mac OSX for testing.

N.B. I have just come across a similar post on SO.

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