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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by bogman12, Nov 9, 2007.
I broke the internet
Works here dude...
Why use any of these materials? There have to be other options. The iPhones are bringing in huge profits.
maybe it's the cheapest way to induce flexibility in rubber? Since it hasn't been proven conclusively, Apple is just taking the easy/cost effective way..
However, just because it has not been tested conclusively, doesn't mean that more likely than not it is safe to use them.
I wonder if other headphone cables have the same problem...
the irony with an ad right next to it from cnn to win a ipod nano contest
Apple says they are doing away with some of the chemicals by the ends of 2008. In the meantime should they put a warning on the iphones and earbud cables "do not eat"???
Or do not touch? or do not breath anywhere close to it? How do we know what the impact is?