iOS is not supported since iOS has not support for HID (Human Interface Device). One way to bridge the sensor and iOS is to turn the sensor into a Bluetooth device using appropriate Arduino board.
The following Arduino boards come with Bluetooth built-in:
- Nano 33 BLE
- Nano 33 IoT
- UNO WiFi Rev 2
- MKR WiFi 1010
- MKR Vidor 4000
- Portenta H7
Based on Neonode's Arduino Lib customer should create own Arduino-project together with a Bluetooth lib which translate touches to Bluetooth HID. This is to be implemented by experienced in the area engineers since Neonode does not provide support to arrange the set-up.