iOS 4.0 Airplane Mode for ipt2g

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  1. g.battaglin

    g.battaglin New Member

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    On iPhoneOS 4.0 b2, Airplane Mode is present and now totally functional for iPod Touch 2g.

    On the first beta it wasn't working.
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    mitchell209 Active Member

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    Apple will probably remove it on the final version of 4.0.
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    Appman Community Development Staff Member

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    That sounds cool. Hopefully it's kept for the iPod touch

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    What would be the point of enabling it for the iPod? Disabling your WiFi would do the same thing.
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    Appman Community Development Staff Member

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    doesnt it switch off bluetooth also? If so, then it would be a like a 2-in-1 on/off switch.
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    Thats right, this is reason why laptops with BT/WiFi have airplane switch/modes too.
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    Yeah, I seriously hope they do because why the heck is it there? I saw it on my iPod and really it's useless since it's not an iPhone.
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    All radio on microwave frequencies it's not good for radio-sensitive devices. As i said, even laptops have radio on/off switches for that reason.
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    Oh, it turns off BT, too? Didn't know that. I always have my BT off.
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    Seems pointless, and thats a myth about the cell phones taking down planes.

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