Folks at the FCC have yet another new toy to keep themselves occupied, as they fool around – sorry, I don’t mean to be disrespectful, as they play around with the Garmin ANT+ adapter for iPhone this time around. Of course, just like the majority of devices published, this one made it through the FCC with flying colors as well, so you can soon have some ants in your pants without getting bitten. Lame jokes aside, this device will most probably ship with a (hopefully free) app of sorts on the iPhone when it is finally released.
No idea on pricing or availability either, so patience is a virtue here. Actually, there really isn’t much to wait for, considering how this is not a major hardware release, but we will keep tabs on it and deliver more news concerning the smartphone accessory when it hits the market in the flesh. How much do you think something like this would cost?
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