New Apple Developments To Stop In Car Use Of Mobiles

Monday, 26. May 2014

Hi, Graham Hill here, thank you so much for visiting my blog, I hope you learn a lot and as a result end up driving a great car. In order to do so you can get all the information you need by buying my book, An Insider Guide To Car Finance or use me to finance your next car. Happy driving.

I’m a bit of a guru when it comes to Internet dating. I’ve had a lot of successes and a few disasters but in the meantime a lot of fun! Internet dating is the second best thing ever invented behind chocolate and I am fortunate enough to have dated women from all backgrounds and ethnicities both young and old (mainly young – what?).

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My last serious girlfriend was from the Philippines and in her 20’s. We met online and chatted for a year before we started dating and we dated for around a year. It was great. I met her on Plenty of Fish, a great free dating website, however I wouldn’t meet her today because the Canadian owner has decided that you can only chat to women (or men) plus or minus 14 years of your age.

How ridiculous is that? Women on dating sites can ignore anyone approaching whom they believe to be inappropriate and ultimately they can block them so why impose this arbitrary rule? It’s just this sort of big brother attitude that gets me angry (for obvious reasons). What has this to do with cars?

Well Apple have just applied for a patent that would allow them to lock out their smartphones if they detect that they are being used whilst driving. They will prevent you from sending text messages and using apps whilst behind the wheel. How big brother is that? Whilst I totally disapprove of drivers phoning, texting or playing games on their mobiles (do they actually do that) whilst driving it should just be made illegal not a patent pending!

My somewhat youthful ex girlfriend loved playing something called candy crush on my mobile. Does that mean that whilst the phone could detect movement it would prevent her using the game? I have friends who pass their phones over to their kids whilst driving to entertain them.

Apple Classic Logo Web 2.0

Apple Classic Logo Web 2.0 (Photo credit: Alistair Israel)

If they can no longer do that the kids would become ten times more distracting than a text message. Good grief can’t these people think through to the consequences of their actions? By Graham Hill

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