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Can RFID Tags Be Linked to an iPhone App?
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Currently, there is no passive Near Field Communication (NFC) reader—or any other type of RFID reader, for that matter—built into an Apple iPhone (see Apple Eschews NFC). But there are a number of companies, such as U Grok It, that offer readers that can be connected to an iPhone, enabling them to read passive ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) tags. The tag-read event can then be linked to an iPhone app.
Tertium Technology's BlueBerry iS HF and BlueBerry UHF, as well as CAEN RFID's R1170I – qIDmini and other models, can interrogate tags and transmit the collected data to an iPhone via a Bluetooth connection.
I would encourage you to write to Tim Cook, Apple's CEO, and tell him he should add RFID to the iPhone.
—Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal
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