Phil Balchin

GPS coordinates where I was not this afternoon

With our new fanlged iPhones, today i did a little experiment. Using the free InstaMapper iPhone app, I recorded, every 2 minutes my GPS position. My iPhone didn’t move all afternoon … interesting … i’m putting this down to a Government conspiracy, that or my iPhone is lying to me. not sure which one yet.

Just for reference, i was sitting right under the green diamond

 

Tags: iphone, kyantowers

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Comments: 5

Peter Roome
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Hmmmm decidedly inaccurate! Just a poor signal, or poor hardware?

Paul
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I wondered what you were doing out on the roof...

Piers
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Neekid sunbathing in the neighbouring field again?

Scott
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I think it was a secret rendezvous with Betty :)

Phil
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Hi Scott, got some bad news, Betty has retired. Nobody knows where she went, or what she's doing. Some say, she just disappeared, never to be seen again!

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