Beautiful graphic. This came from the Visual Loop website I mentioned earlier.
1 million workers. 90 million iPhones. 17 suicides. Who’s to Blame? Magazine. Interesting piece that examines the lives of people who make iPhones. I have to wonder what jobs the factory workers would have if they didn’t make iPhones. Perhaps we would have a green technology instead, and making items to conserve and make the most of the limited resources we have. It is hard to imagine an economy that supported science and technology and human worth instead of capital generation. Perhaps the day once we have pumped all the oil, we might become more wise.
*If you want more details about this car read this post.
Consumer Reports Electronics Blog: Verizon iPhone 4: Mind the gap, our tests show. This is disappointing. Perhaps this is fixed in the next version.
I’ve never heard this. rostron71 has figured it out.
Ziatron found a more reliable solution than using Bluetooth.
I found that the Bluetooth interface is not reliable.
I have since changed to a hardwired dock connector in all my cars. These ALWAYS work.
Just about any car audio shop can install these at a low cost.
They are unaffected by firmware updates, and they charge my iPhone and iPod at the same time. So when I get out of my car I have a fully charged iPhone.
Go hardwired, it will ALWAYS work.
Apple – Support – Discussions – iPhone 4 Locking Up …. This guy did everything you could do to troubleshoot it. The Apple genius replaced it. Sometimes it happens that it’s a physical problem.