I have ARM iOS application that I have lost the source code to and am in the process of rebuilding. In order to make certain aspects of the rebuild easier, I want to decompile the application with the IDA / Hex-Rays ARM decompiler. The decompiled source will be used as a reference point to help refresh my memory on how particular pieces of the application was written. I'm not looking for an analysis of the decompilation, just the straight decompilation with the associated output files from Hex-Rays. I will perform the analysis myself (by hand probably).
Note that I am looking for a decompilation, and not a disassembly. I have already run the application through otool, class-dump, and strings to recover much of the underlying structure of the objects, etc.
In order to qualify for this project you must have IDA and the Hex-Rays ARM decompiler (just IDA won't do and the x86 decompiler won't do either).
I will provide the executable only, not the complete .app directory, nor any NIBs, PNGs, or related media files. Those are not necessary.