Originally Posted by Suddenly Newton
Maybe airplanes should use iPhones. iPhones have compasses that are immune to its own interference.
Yeah, but they only seem to correctly identify North at about a...
Originally Posted by kkerst
Don't buy it. You're telling me that a plane is so fragile electronically that a measly bluetooth/wifi/3G/4G signal interferes with it? Nope, all phones are FCC certified and do not...
Originally Posted by Gazoobee
[...] I fail to understand why all the cabling and systems in something like a passenger jet weren't just shielded long long ago. If all the wires and terminals were...
Originally Posted by SolipsismX
Post hoc, ergo propter hoc.
Not in this case. This is direct cause and effect. Siri used to accept input as presented without argument. Now it tells him to do it again,...
Originally Posted by PhilBoogie
I had that problem at the beginning but now 'it just works' Maybe they've worked out the kinks at my end; hope they will for you too.
As recently as yesterday it was...
Originally Posted by AppleInsider
[...] Apple's iTunes is responsible for nearly 2 percent of all Internet traffic at those hours. That places the storefront ahead of websites like Facebook, which accounts for...
Originally Posted by ClaudiusMaximus
why would apple go cross platform? it's a service dedicated to apple's hardware and os. having iMessage on android is like Nintendo putting Mario games on Xbox and...