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Building iPhone OS Accessories: Use the iPhone Accessories API to Control and Monitor Devices by Ken Maskrey

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Chapter 12. Everything Else

With the exception of the secrets that lie within Apple's MFi/WWi program that I've sworn a blood oath (and signed an NDA) to protect, I've given you most of the bits you need to begin working on your own accessory designs. You should now understand the basics of the EAAccessory frameworks and what you need to do to create an iPhone app that uses them. I told you why it's a good idea to look at joining the various Apple developer programs, including the MFi/WWi program. To reiterate, if you want to build an accessory, you must join the program. There's no other way to get the information.

Finally, in the last two chapters I tried to provide a lot of hints and tips in the areas of hardware and software design. There's ...

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