iPhone Product Development Description
Take your great idea for an external iPhone product and make it a prototype. An actual iPod/iPhone accessory prototype in your hands is the best proof of concept.
How to Stand Out to Investors
FACT: Venture capitalists and angel investors get pitched ideas all day long. They hear dozens of ideas a day. Our prototypes typically attach to the bottom connector of an iPhone. Investors will plug and unplug the accessory allowing them to instantly make the connection.
Why An iPhone Product Prototype Matters
An actual product prototype that connects to an iPhone or iPod shows them:
- It is REAL. It’s tangible – not a just a Powerpoint promise.
- You are further along the iPhone product cycle and closer to a production version.
- The designer believes in this product enough that they put their own time, effort and money into a product.
- You’re battle hardened. You’ve learned from the development process – has your competition? What if they don’t have a product to show but you do?
When an actual prototype or marketable product crosses their desks, it sets you and your pitch apart. The iPhone product cycle can be split into 2 parts,
- The iPhone product development – The physical iPhone accessory and the firmware development needed to talk to the iPhone. Typical parts of iPhone accessory product development include:
- The electronic design and schematic layout.
- The circuit board design and layout.
- iPhone accessory firmware development. In this case, iPhone accessory firmware development needs to include iAP or iPod Accessory Protocol which is the way that Apple identifies and authenticates the hardware as being genuine and passing their requirements.
To Learn More About Product Design and Firmware, visit the following links.
- Product Design – Home Page
- Product Design Overview
- Electronic Product Development
- What is embedded Firmware?
Get the entire turnkey solution from us. We have experience in all areas of iPhone product development and can get you a prototype quickly. Call us at (307)677-3688 to discuss your project or email us using the Firmware Contracting contact form for more details.