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CHAPTER 1: Accessory Overview
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Figure 1 2. iPhone 3G Logic Board
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You can easily see all the complexity that is packed into approximately six square inches. Compare that to the logic board in a Macbook Pro shown in Figure 1 3. Taking the larger surface area of the Macbook Pro into consideration, you could conclude that the two are virtually identical in terms of complexity.
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Figure 1 3. Macbook Pro Logic Board
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CHAPTER 1: Accessory Overview
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At the system level, our accessory must deal with all three of these areas of processor function: the App, the OS, and the low-level control code in the iPhone. To make the accessory useful, we develop an App that interacts with its user. This will, of course, appear as one of the multi-colored icons on the iPhone s springboard or home page. Let s say a merchant uses an iPhone with a small credit card processing terminal. Along with that accessory hardware, there exists an app that the merchant uses to access the functionality of the reader. A customer approaches the merchant with the items he wishes to purchase. The merchant starts the app on his iPhone and quickly taps the items from an inventory list the iPhone downloaded from WiFi or maybe the 3G network. Once entered, the merchant selects the shopping cart from the app and gives the customer his total. The customer hands the merchant his credit card. The merchant connects the reader to the iPhone at the dock connector and then the magic happens. To begin working with the iPhone and its operating system, the reader must do several things. First it must conform to pinout, voltage, and other electronic signaling specifications from Apple. NOTE: To gain access to iPhone specifications, you must join the Made For iPod/Works With iPhone program at Apple. For more information, go to http://devworld.apple.com/ipod. In addition, the reader must meet all the protocol specifications designated by Apple. The reader must assure the iPhone that it is a legitimate piece of hardware and properly functions with the device. It must prove that it will work with this type of device, say an iPhone but not an iPod Touch. And it must prove that it is designed to work with an app that exists on this particular iPhone. Once the synchronization of iPhone and accessory has been accomplished, which generally takes less than three seconds, you re ready to rock. The merchant swipes the customer s card, and the app sends the data securely to the processing house to either approve or deny the purchase. In either case, the merchant has increased her assurance against fraudulent transactions by using the accessory. NOTE: Credit card processing transactions are subject to additional requirements beyond those of Apple. For example, transactions to/from merchant service sites are encrypted and secure over SSL. Also, no personal data can be kept or stored on either the reader accessory or iPhone. For more information, go to https://www.pcisecuritystandards.org/.
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CHAPTER 1: Accessory Overview
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Plugging in the iPhone Game Controller
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Assuming you ve purchased the Game Controller console that accompanies this book and have downloaded the aPONG game from the app store, let s get started. 1. 2. 3. 4. Start the aPONG app from your iPhone springboard and go to the setup page. Notice the state of the controller link icon in the upper-right corner of the screen. It should appear red and broken. Connect the controller to the bottom of the iPhone at the dock connector and watch for the link icon to change from a broken red icon to solid green. Note the time that it takes to change from Broken/Red to Unbroken/Green. During this period, the accessory and iPhone OS and the app have made their connection and have agreed to work together. Remove the game controller and notice the change. Note how the time for the indicator to change is much faster. Disconnection of accessories is nearly instantaneous because there is no real handshaking that must occur. You simply remove the accessory. Connect and reconnect a couple of times to note the change in the app. Good applications, in fact all Apple approved applications, will not be affected (crash) when connecting or disconnecting an accessory.
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NOTE: In general, any accessory should function as described in the preceding exercise. To create the actual hardware accessory to work with the iPhone and its software and applications requires the ability to design and develop commercial electronics circuits that are small, consume low power, and have a purpose. Let me restate that last one the device you are creating must have a purpose. When I was growing up, one of my coveted gifts for Christmas was a 101 Electronics Experimenter s Kit from Heathkit hobby electronics shop. I remember repeatedly tripping the breakers in the room where I had set up my laboratory. Nowadays I don t see too many kids with electronic kits and, for that matter, I don t see them for sale much either. But they are out there and so is the kind of talent to actually make these nifty little iPhone add-ons. Truthfully, it s much easier now than ever before for an amateur hobbyist to create the circuits that will contain the brains of tomorrow s million selling accessories. The guts of
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