iOS How to get signal strength on obj-c

jnoxx

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Dec 29, 2010
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I didn't watch the video, but i'm just quoting you on your words.
many ppl say tat thing is imposible since apple dont open the API,
It might be possible he did it, but the thing is, Apple has Private API's, and documented API's -> public.
You can use them both, but if you want to go live with your application, it will get bashed hard by Apple and declined in the appstore, if you use the private API. It might be they open it for public later, but till then, you are screwed if you want to upload it to the AppStore.
 

dejoong

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Nov 14, 2011
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I didn't watch the video, but i'm just quoting you on your words.

It might be possible he did it, but the thing is, Apple has Private API's, and documented API's -> public.
You can use them both, but if you want to go live with your application, it will get bashed hard by Apple and declined in the appstore, if you use the private API. It might be they open it for public later, but till then, you are screwed if you want to upload it to the AppStore.
tx for information bro.
do u have any idea how can i get the information on the private API's?
or must i ask the API's from apple?
since i cant find any on the internet.

Thanks
 

ArtOfWarfare

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Nov 26, 2007
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Depending on what you want, Apple's Reachability code might be good enough. Google around and see if you can't find it... it's a few classes that will provide your app with the ability to check whether different connection types are available to the device... it might be possible to tweak it to also get signal strength, I'm not sure, though.
 
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