Loc: Florida, USA
That has been going around for a while. I remember watching some show on TV where they talked about applications for military and law enforcement use for the iPhone and iTouch.
I myself use my iPhone when playing Airsoft. I attach it to the forearm on my left arm. I use GPS to monitor my movements and such so I can later make maps for myself and teammates. Next week we're going to try and use skype as a radio system and see how that goes.
Apple limits multitasking because it empties the batteries quickly. Because the iPhone doesn’t have a replaceable battery, a fresh one can’t be popped in when power gets low. Mr. Smart said that Raytheon may address that through a ruggedized phone case that would accommodate a larger battery.
Yeah They should be able to tape a spare battery on like a machine gun clip - When ya out , eject and flip it over and slap it in - (your ready to ROCK)
I have an extra battery Works great! I can use up my battery listening to AirAmerica talk shows while doing grocery shopping. So I am sure to have extra juice for the trip home and other stops I might have to make.
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