FAA May Loosen Ban on Gadget Use

Federal officials might allow passengers to use some electronic devices at low altitudes.
0:42 | 06/21/13

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Jeff not do you get annoyed when the flight attendants tell you it's time to turn up that -- up for the iPad that iPad mini and it used to it appears FAA is -- -- lighten up but not bad it is can you tell us. Other the FAA is finally kind of -- let devices go just a little bit we'll see that a glacial pace I don't know why they still think my iPad as a threat to people -- -- and the off chance I might read something I don't like my iBook it's a silly rule the -- fine he's gonna get around doing something about this. But it's going to be at a glacial pace as they test these things my understanding it actually -- an entire 747 full of operating ipads. And nothing happened so much for what kind of test are hoping to -- -- -- -- -- the bridge supports on the on the plane with us.

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