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I’d love to be able to say: Agggh! I refuse to shop at Target until they adopt Apple Pay! (Much like Ive done for WalMart) But let’s face it, it’s Target. Short of being involved in a plot to blow up the sun, they’ll probably always be loved by consumers. I’ll just refuse to use their “wallet” app, much like I’ve avoided the “savings” scam known as the RED card, and hope this initiative eventually dies. Simply opening up NFC payments to the wallet system of your choice, be it apple, android or other, is really the smartest move for consumers.
damn_its_hot said:"$10 million" is crap. There is no way in hell his endorsement or that song (or album) would ever make that much. I would like to know how well the song sold since 1971 -- I would be willing to bet it didn't make that much in the 40+ yrs of its release. Apple should have gotten permission though -- probably wouldn't have cost more than $50 and a Colt 45 or MD20/20.
Sue the manufacturer of the car that hit them, for not installing a self braking feature - they have that technology now. Sue the Texas MVD for not providing adequate roadways for drivers, thus causing congestion and the accident. Sue the person the driver was face timing for distracting them! Sue the wireless carrier for allowing the FaceTime call to be sent through its network. Basically, just go after anyone and everyone involved, no matter how far removed from the situation they are. Sadly - my guess is they'll settle out of court for an undisclosed sum. Sorry you lost a child, but its no ones fault but the 20 year old driver of the other car for being stupid enough to FaceTime while driving.
brakken said:How does the phone differentiate between a driver and a passenger?