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Buahahahhah! No. No it does not. Apple has released 3 phones since NFC (near field communication) started to become really useful in a phone, but they have not put NFC on their phones. God only knows why. No, if you want cutting edge capability like this, you need an Android phone. HTC, LG, Samsung, and Motorola's flag… see more Buahahahhah! No. No it does not. Apple has released 3 phones since NFC (near field communication) started to become really useful in a phone, but they have not put NFC on their phones. God only knows why. No, if you want cutting edge capability like this, you need an Android phone. HTC, LG, Samsung, and Motorola's flagship phones all support NFC, but I think these specific tags only work with Samsung. There are several NFC tags on Amazon that will work with all manufacturers though. Except Apple of course. see less Buahahahhah! No. No it does not. Apple has released 3 phones since NFC (near field communication) started to become really useful in a phone, but they have not put NFC on their phones. God only knows why. No, if you want cutting edge capability like this, you need an Android phone. HTC, LG, Samsung, and Motorola's flagship phones all support NFC, but I think these specific tags only work with Samsung. There are several NFC tags on Amazon that will work with all manufacturers though. Except Apple of course.
By Seth Andrew Martin on January 18, 2014
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Yes, but not with the NFC alarm cock app. For some reason
By Ryan Seidel on January 16, 2013
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They'll work with almost every android device with NFC.
You can program them to do... well depends if you're rooted or not.
But for casual needs like turning Bluetooth , wifi on/off. that's basic no need of root for that

By Arpit Singh on April 21, 2014
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no we have not
By iDeal Xpert SELLER on April 22, 2015
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No
By breynify on July 31, 2015
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You should be fine as long as you have NFC built into your phone. Just download an NFC creator app if you cannot find the Samsung app in the Droid market.
By Chase S. on June 2, 2014