I'd hope so! but the power chair that Janet's using (admittedly older)
still has the warning for use with cell phones. In any case, a little
bit of caution is preferrable to a malfunction, and the need to get
On Mon, Dec 8, 2008 at 11:53 AM, Deri James <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> On Monday 08 December 2008 18:31:02 Kendall D. Corbett wrote:
>> specifically with the I-Phone
> That's the bit I don't get. I assume the "interference" is due to RF leakage,
> but the innards of an I-Phone is substantially similar to all other cell
> phones. Running with Arm chips (as do many mobile devices), it is only the
> software which makes I-Phone "different".
> There are FCC rules on RF leakage, so I would suspect a problem with this
> particular phone (or this particular shunt), rather than a generic
> I-Phone "problem".
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