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In Apple's Terms and Conditions. I'd love to hear the story behind these. Verizon "lit' 1: 20 PM it 100% - Terms and Conditions 7. 5 YOU FURTHER ACKNOWLEDGE THA

I'd love to hear the story behind these

Verizon "lit' 1: 20 PM it 100% -
Terms and Conditions
7. 5 YOU FURTHER ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THE DOS SOFTWARE
AND SERVICES ARE NOT INTENDED OR SUITABLE FOR USE IN
SITUATIONS OR ENVIRONMENTS WHERE THE FAILURE OR TIME
DELAYS OF, OR ERRORS OR INACCURACIES IN, THE CONTENT,
DATA OR INFORMATION PROVIDED BY THE DOS SOFTWARE OR
SERVICES COULD LEAD TO DEATH, PERSONAL INJURY, OR
SEVERE PHYSICAL OR ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE, INCLUDING
WITHOUT LIMITATION THE OPERATION OF NUCLEAR FACILITIES
AIRCRAFT NAVIGATION OR COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AIR
TRAFFIC CONTROL LIFE SUPPORT OR WEAPONS SYSTEMS.
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#9 - tannerninja
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(07/21/2014) [-]
**tannerninja rolled image** Now that a large majority of aviation uses IPADS for instrument approaches and to get weather and everything else, they are just covering their own ass.
#12 - satanplagued
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(07/22/2014) [-]
Did you actually read the whole thing? this is just them covering themselves from people using iOS as a back end device to control such things.
#13 - anevilgrandma
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(07/22/2014) [-]
That is all...
User avatar #14 - TardytheTurtle
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(07/22/2014) [-]
sounds like the navy to me
#11 - anon id: 8f66b43a
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#4 - anon id: ad91b6fe
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(07/21/2014) [-]
While it might seems strange, that is required because use on those types of devices require code to be written and tested to certain standards. None of which iOS meets.
#6 to #4 - hongkongdingdong
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(07/21/2014) [-]
Well iOS is a straight rip off a Unix OS. They have the capability to meet those standards, they probably lack the ability to implement it properly or have reason to, given the amount of money they get from stealing products, operating systems, and suing people who disagree.
#7 to #6 - anon id: ad91b6fe
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Yep, it's all about money and return on investment. Certifying software costs $100K-$500K per 32K of compiled code. If they don't have customers willing to pay that plus profit per device they aren't going to do it. The last number I heard (about 6yrs ago) that it would cost in excess of $5M to certify any of the smart phones out there.
User avatar #10 to #7 - someoneforamoment
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(07/21/2014) [-]
Don't forget that Blackberry s certified and they did it on a shoestring budget.
User avatar #1 - charagrin
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(07/21/2014) [-]
MAC OS in its first iterations could be used as a standalone platform similar to direct Linux to program and control missiles, launchers, and other military hardware. It was also possible to use for more boring things like comms systems, tracking systems, and the like. As everyone here has known about for...ohhh..when was Nixon last in office?
#2 to #1 - chopliver [OP]
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(07/21/2014) [-]
Well i feel extra stupid now
User avatar #3 to #2 - charagrin
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Don't, it's fine. Its just something in common knowledge among techie people.
#5 to #1 - hongkongdingdong
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Was that in one of Wozniaks builds? I haven't got a clue to what system you are referring to, I mainly went into IBM. I only looked over at Apple cause of the mainly amazing innovations he came up with. Linux seems a tad too young, I think you mean Unix?
User avatar #8 - caffeine
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(07/21/2014) [-]
**caffeine rolls 0,031**