March 11, 2008

iPhone GPS (For Real)


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There have been some rumors floating around about an iPhone GPS module and sure enough there is something coming from Nav n Go (the folks who have made the iGo software for the Mio up until now), using an adapter from Gomite called the LocoGPS. The LocoGPS adapter will plug into the bottom of the iPhone or iPod Touch to serve up the GPS software interface over WiFi and the GPS signals.

Sound like a lot? Yea, I thought so too. It seems that they are not yet OK'd by Apple, so they have to go to these lengths to transmit the GPS software over WiFi waves and hope that things get better in the future. You may still have to hack the phone to get things working - ouch!

Pricing is undecided and may be available this Spring.

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Posted by Scott Martin at March 11, 2008 9:37 PM

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Why would the software have to be served up over WiFi, when Apple has released the SDK for the iPhone enabling developers to write applications directly for the upcoming software udpate this summer?


Posted by: Bob at March 24, 2008 10:52 AM
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