implanted the Next and the LED at work today (I’m a tattoo artist so I had our piercer do them. I took high quality video of the whole procedure, ill post it once I figure out somewhere that I can without losing quality. I didn’t realize how much bigger the led implant is, holy shit.
Also for anyone interested, I have an IPhone Xr and use the NFC Tools app for writing, and the GoToTags app for reading/testing (until I get my hands on an android phone I can dedicate to my implants). Both apps can read my NExT, and have been able to since about an hour after insertion.
From the apple support page: “NFC tag must be pre-encoded with a web link. If the NFC tag is not encoded, the phone will not respond at all”. Can someone explain what this means? I’m having a hard time researching the answer
Apple devices are very particular about what type of NFC interactions they’ll allow. If you’re using a reader app then then they should read any type of NFC tag. If you’re just trying to read a tag from the home screen they’ll pretty much only read NDEF records with the “URI” media type, for example a webpage. I think the newer iPhones (X and up) have expanded capabilities, but I haven’t gotten a chance to play with them. From Apple’s perspective it’s a security thing
Are you sure? I haven’t seen low frequency (125kHz) in stock at all and high frequency (13.56MHz) is presently and has been in stock in both red and white. Note that low has the larger number because it’s 125 kilohertz and high is 13.56 megahertz. Phones are 13.56MHz.