Just as iPod(R) has become the universal media player, we believe that iPhone will become the universal remote control for our world.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 23, 2009
Perceptive Development (http://www.perceptdev.com) has become the first engineering firm focusing on iPhone(TM) hardware, accessory and application development, less than a week after the launch of iPhone SDK for iPhone OS 3.0 beta. Engineers from Perceptive Development have already developed numerous devices to work with the existing iPhone 2.0 SDK, including a keyboard, an infrared remote receiver and a bidirectional communication port for connecting sensors and other devices. The designs, software and schematics for these demonstration products are being released in the upcoming book "iPhone Hacks" (O'Reilly Media) in April.
"The recent announcement of a 'Works With iPhone'(TM) hardware program has been a dream come true for Perceptive Development. We've been developing hardware and software solutions for iPhone - using the iPhone 2.0 SDK - since 2008. With the 3.0 SDK, we'll be able to help our clients take their software, hardware and accessory products to market as soon as possible," said Damien Stolarz, a partner at Perceptive Development. "Just as iPod(R) has become the universal media player, we believe that iPhone will become the universal remote control for our world."
Perceptive Development is a software and hardware engineering company headquartered in Los Angeles, California. They specialize in iPhone hardware, accessory and software development and the broader areas of mobile convergence and telecommunications. Their clients include hardware vendors bringing iPhone accessories to market, existing iPhone accessory vendors adding unique iPhone applications to work with their hardware, and entrepreneurs with new hardware and software product innovations. Their website is http://www.perceptdev.com.
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