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Hacking the iPhone's Headphone Jack for I/O

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We've seen that Square was able to use the iPhone's headphone jack to run a credit card scanner - now some hackers are using it to power sensors like a moisture sensor or an EKG.

Hijacking Power and Bandwidth from the Mobile Phone's Audio Interface - Integrated Prototype from Thomas Schmid on Vimeo.

As seen on Ars Technica: Project HiJack uses iPhone audio jack to make cheap sensors
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