Originally Posted by estyle
Answer: Air force flight, not commercial flight.
As a private pilot I use my iPhone when flying. It does not affect my instruments at all. Different shielding, sensitivities and regulations in...
Originally Posted by TenoBell
That is highly unlikely.
I know. With aircraft gaining Wifi capability, technology has advanced enough where former concerns are now moot. And we're all being bombarded with radio waves all day...
GPS doesn't work in Airplane Mode, right? So why did this passenger have their iPhone's GPS enabled. It's fortunate that they did, but it's curious nonetheless. We'll never know the whole story, but it would be scary to think that radio...
It's so crazy how quickly the "non-Apple" side of mobile tech is changing and "borrowing" ideas from Apple. Seems like knee-jerk reactions. Meanwhile Apple continues to cruise along at its own pace, not too worried...
There's another theory. Both Microsoft and Amazon are direct competitors to Apple in mobile. Why not attack them from the underside? Why not embrace and extinguish? Fool them into playing along and then unleash a big surprise that you...
Originally Posted by tylerk36
Butt.... Butt.... What about the MacPro and its capabilities. Massive MacPro's in a massive building with massive power and massive Steve Smiling on them all. See ya at the Mother ship...
Originally Posted by Mazda 3s
I'm confused. Where in this article (or the conference call notes) does HP CEO even talk at all about Apple, let alone the iPad?
This seems like a case of the title already being written, and...
Originally Posted by primedetailer
A key element of the circle would be the center and should have some significance. I wonder what might be at the radius point.
A statue of Steve Jobs holding a WiFi antenna, of course!
Originally Posted by DrDoppio
More efficient? BS.
Anyway, it's not my money, so I don't really care. As long as it creates jobs, it's good I suppose. Dumber things have been done.
Efficiency is the art of doing more with...