Last night, I flew home from Chicago. As the plane taxied the runway, the guy next to me turned on his iPad. By the time we reached LaGuardia, cops were waiting to arrest him. He's now on the no-fly list.
BMW has announced an Apple iPad holder accessory for back seats. Users get a swiveling holder for portrait and landscape orientations while using the in-car wifi Connected Drive System. Keyboard and flash games not included.
Hyundai's newest luxury sedan, the Equus, was just revealed at the New York Auto Show with the announcement it'll forgo the mostly ignored paper owner's manual in favor of an iPad, allowing customers to make vehicle service appointments wirelessly.
Even the best factory infotainment system is a heavy piece of techno-vanilla designed to inflate a car's sticker price and already bloated waistline. I look forward to the day we'll replace it with something better. Sadly, the iPad isn't it.