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Not long after additional IR dongles for the iPhone and iPod touch, the i-Got-Control IRB1 dongle is about to be released, the device including a database of over 40,000 IR codes for household devices and appliances.
Per SlashGear, simply plug this into the dock connector, download the free application [App Store, Free] and then dial up whatever components they have; once loaded, the IR beamer should do the rest, removing the need to keep those 40 remotes around.
The i-Got-Control IRB1 is expected to start shipping any day now for $69.95.