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Two options for iOS as Wi-Fi Direct replacement:
1. iPod Accessory Protocol (iAP). This requires a BT chip for transferring Wi-Fi credentials. This is supported in WICED SDK 2.4.0
2. Wireless Accessory Configuration (WAC). This is supported in 2.4.1 and 3.0.0.
Both options can be obtained through the MFi portal if you're a licensee. The eval board is WICED+ or WICED BRIDGE which can be obtained from Avnet.
I'm not an expert in iOS, but for TCP/IP networking you should be able to use the stock standard WICED TCP/IP API, libraries, and daemons.
Thanks gerdiman. I could find out code for iAP in SDK. Can you point me to code of WAC? I hope WAC won't need a separate BTLE radio.