Nike and Apple have teamed up to deliver a great integration between sports shoe and iPod. Specially designed for iPod, you can put in a sensor into your Nike+ sport shoe that the sensor keeps track of your run and sends the data wirelessly to your iPod Touch, which has already built-in receiver. The data is then analyzed by a built-in Nike+ application that shows you the elapsed time, distance of your run, and calories burned. Cool, right? It’s particular useful for regular runner to fine-tune your workout.

But the downside is it’s only available on iPod Touch 2nd generation. Like me, probably some of you are looking forward to the Nike+ support on iPhone.

Nowadays, iSpazio has discovered a Nike+ feature on iPhone 3.0 beta 5 and iTunes 8.2 beta (see the NikePlus.com in the photo).


[Images Via iSpazio]

It may suggest Apple will open up the Nike+ support to iPhone. However, we do not have any confirmation from Apple about that. Anyway, I hope this will come true when the next version of iPhone releases.


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