iPhone 4G can be equipped with RFID reader

Friday, November 6, 2009

According to Near Field Communications World, the company Apple is working on several prototypes communicator iPhone, one feature of which is a built-in sensor radio frequency identification (RFID). The report of this came from some "very reliable source" in contact with Einar Rosenberg (Einar Rosenberg), chief technical director of the company Narian Technologies, is precisely involved in these developments. It is alleged that the technology is likely to appear in the next generation iPhone.

Apple has already introduced several patents related to the deployment of RFID scanner in the iPhone. They describe the technology to place RFID sensor inside the touch screen device. Thus, users will be able to read the relevant radiometki, simply putting the device to the object. In addition, the role of this tag may act and the iPhone itself or the player iPod, which makes its interaction with other devices.

The source claims that the iPhone uses a prototype RFID scanners for the implementation of the technology described in one of the patents Apple. This technology allows you to configure the network and Wi-Fi settings, using the information contained in radiometkah. According to this method is close enough to bring to iPhone AirPort Base Station or PC Mac, that the communicator will automatically configure the network and identification parameters without any manual configuration.


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