Last time the US Government allowed offshore profits to be repatriated, the IRS reported that there was absolutely zero dollars reinvested back into the US economy, however, there were record bonuses that were passed out to executives from the hundreds and hundreds of companies that repatriated.
Dude, you just might to check the recent airline flights that were grounded because of Apple map - reported on April 25th of this year. Dont think they need HERE? Think again:
Pad App Glitch Grounds American Airlines Flights
One of the biggest bits of Apple news from the world of aviation over the last couple of years is the shift from using paper navigation charts in the cockpit to using iPads for the same purpose. American Airlines has been using Apple's signature tablet for that very purpose since 2011, but a problem with the third-party app used for the charts caused "dozens" of American Airline flights to stay grounded over the last couple of days. Fortunately, the trouble now appears to be over.
Specifically, as reported by CNN, the glitch caused delays for 24 flights on Tuesday and 50 more today. That sounds like a lot, but considering that American Airlines reportedly sends off around 6,700 flights on a daily basis, it's not anywhere near as bad as it could have been.
"Some flights are experiencing an issue with a software application on pilot iPads," American Airlines said in a statement from earlier today. "In some cases, the flight has had to return to the gate to access a WiFi connection to fix the issue." In addition, pilots were also told that they could pick up physical copies of the maps at the airports.
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