Perhaps some of you are they among those who could not resist buying the first generation iPhone. And although the company OrangeGadgets
could give new life to your toy. Indeed, after many rumors, the phone may eventually link to a GPS module.
Presented as an accessory, the GPS open source iGPS360 is sold at $ 75 and plugs into the dock connector of the iPhone, but it must be jailbreak. For now it is not possible to take advantage of Google Maps integrated mobile operating system. That mapping software xgps
developed by xwave to provide the range of plans. The module embeds a battery that can be configured to automatically save the latest GPS data to them again quickly when the satellite was lost. The firm announced that cold, the connection would be done in less than 15 seconds.
At first, only 1000 units are available for sale. You can place orders here
. Note that this accessory also works on the iPod Touch.