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mowcius

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in the end if you root your iPad2

I suppose that's where the issue lies - I will never have an iPad2 unless someone gives one to me for free. Even then it'll probably only be used for testing stuff.

Chris Hale

I have yet to find or make a programming environment for the iPad however I just had to share this with all of you. MAKE just announced an Apple approved serial cable to attach your iOS device to your Arduino.

http://blog.makezine.com/archive/2011/07/59-cable-lets-you-connect-iphone-to-arduino-no-jailbreaking.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+makezineonline+%28Make%3A+Online%29
ChrisHale.ca / Snake Game

SouthernAtHeart

This is a great step in the right direction, in getting Apple more involved with the Arduino.  Writing code for an Arduino on an iPad 2 may not be as far away as it seems!

retrolefty

And only $80 for complete cable/level converter, what a bargain, cost more then a mega2560!


liudr


And only $80 for complete cable/level converter, what a bargain, cost more then a mega2560!




Now that I know it does exist, I'll have sell my kidney to get one. Wait, or is liver gonna bring more cash? ]:)

westfw

as far as serial cables for iXXX go, there has been one from Redpark for a while now:  http://www.redpark.com/c2db9.html
They also have a version for attaching to cisco router consoles.  Both of these should be "true rs232" cables, rather than the 5V "TTL Serial" needed to connect directly to an Arduino.  But they're only $60...
(they also have associated SW, or pointers to associated SW.)

robtillaart

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Now that I know it does exist, I'll have sell my kidney to get one. Wait, or is liver gonna bring more cash?

For up to date prices, maybe you can contact Hannibal Lecter ;)
Rob Tillaart

Nederlandse sectie - http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/board,77.0.html -
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bubulindo


Now that I know it does exist, I'll have sell my kidney to get one. Wait, or is liver gonna bring more cash? ]:)


I guess that's becoming a worrying trend... :\

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-13639934

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liudr



Now that I know it does exist, I'll have sell my kidney to get one. Wait, or is liver gonna bring more cash? ]:)


I guess that's becoming a worrying trend... :\

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-13639934




I've heard of that but I totally forgot it. It's just sad. I don't know what the kid will tell his kid if he gets a chance to have one at all.

I've also heard of people's DNA's get owned/patented by big pharm corps and doctors can't treat or even analyze these patients because they will infringe patents. Maybe that's the next get-money-quick scam.

killercatfish

Hello,

Is there any update on this?  I am pushing to teach middle schoolers how to use circuits and program using the SIK Inventor's kit next year.  The issue is that they have iPads (some have chrome books).   And we will not have a computer lab next year (modulars).  So, this would be very helpful!

Thanks,

-Josh

liudr

I have since got an android tablet. I can run Arduino droid ide so I can program something simple with it. But my samsung galaxy tab 2 doesn't support high current devices as my galaxy siii phone so whenever I use it on my tablet I have to connect an ac adapter to Arduino.

Now I got a dell venue pro 8 with full win 8.1. I haven't tested it. But there is no reason Arduino will not work on full windows. It is only $200, cheaper than all iPads and androids, yet with faster processor and more or equal memory. Best deal you get.


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