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The family of a Chinese flight attendant who appeared to be fatally electrocuted by her Apple iPhone look to its maker after police found no faults with the charger.
A loose screw was to blame for an iPhone that started to emit black smoke on a domestic flight in Australia last year, an investigation has found
An investigation into an iPhone that started spewing black smoke on a Regional Express (REX) flight last year has revealed the reason for the incident, and led to renewed warnings about the carriage of lithium batteries onto planes.
Passengers on a flight from Lismore to Sydney last Friday saw black smoke in the cabin, only to find that the source was a passenger's Apple iPhone 4, which had seemingly combusted mid flight.
An iPhone began glowing red and emitting dense smoke on flight on a flight from Lismore to Sydney last week.
Relax and let the sounds of the sea transport you far away. You are the Harbor Master in a busy harbor. Direct boats into the docks,...
iPhone app lets you look through the camera lens and see captions to help guide you in a location that you're unfamiliar with.
I'm writing this in Evernote on an on-time Virgin America flight 355 somewhere over the midwest returning west from Boston: my iphone is recharging by usb into this laptop which is plugged into power under the seat and I'm online for $12.95 through GoGo.
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I've used a bunch of flight apps for both the iPhone and Android and the hands-down winner is FlightTrack Pro (App Store, $9.99).
Yes, Virginia, you can use your iPhone on the new WiFi-enabled airplane flights, without worrying about its cellular nature brining down the wrath of flight attendants and the FAA. A slick tip from bynkii.com solves the problem.
PowerPage Podcast Episode 101 (iTunes, direct AAC) was posted last night and my submission for our "What's on your Mac?" segment is an iPhone application that came in incredibly handy while traveling to Macworld Expo earlier this month: Flight Update (iTunes, $5).
Well, as we clear our throats to sing Auld Lang Syne, can't let this year pass without paying homage to that so totally Digged post of ours, Clueless flight attendant to passenger: Turn off that iPhone movie NOW!This post captured dual honors as our most Commented upon, and most read post of 2007.
My colleague Tom Krazit notes a Consumerist report that an ATA Airlines flight attendant tried to get a passengerto turn off his iPhone because, well, cell phones are not allowed to be used in flight and he was watching a movie on his iPhone.The passenger, who we know as Casey, tried to explain to the flight attendant that the iPhone was in airplane mode, really truly.
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