The Wi-Fi iPad unlike Wi-Fi+3G iPad model is not equipped with GPS. iPhone and now iPad hacking expert, Matthias Ringwald has developed an application that allows users to add GPS to their iPad.
With BTStack GPS app Ringwald has tried to integrate a GPS system to bluetooth enabled devices like the Wi-Fi only version of iPad that do not contain an onboard GPS navigation system.
Available at Cydia for $5, the BTStack GPS app lets you pair up your iDevice with an external Bluetooth-enabled GPS dongle. To get it working, users will have to first disable the iPad's native bluetooth functionality and then launch the BTStack GPS app. The application then checks out for external GPS units in the vicinity. Once detected and paired, the unit locks itself to the satellite in order to begin pulling the relevant GPS data.
The whole set-up process takes a few minutes to be completed. But once this is done, users will be able to log on to other location based applications and use them in association with the external GPS unit without any hassle.
So if you have jailbroken your iPad and don't mind the hassle of carrying another device then you can checkout the BTStack GPS app from the Big Boss repository on Cydia. If you do try it out and let us know how it works.