Sorry if this has been covered before - heard this radio story (on my car radio) about every iPhone having an FM radio tuner built in, but disabled carriers. Apparently in Europe the tuners are enabled. The link is to Vermont Public Radio, who is encouraging listeners to contact their carriers to unlock the radio. Sounds good to me - what do you think? http://digital.vpr.net/post/unlock-fm-radio-hiding-your-smart-phone "Every smart phone manufactured today contains an FM chip, but unlike in Europe, most in the U.S. are not activated. Increasingly, the device that people use for connecting to the world is their smart phone. For that reason, NPR and APM are working with our friends in commercial radio and religious broadcasting to urge the major cell phone service providers to activate the FM chip that is already in all the mobile phones they sell."