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IPhone 4 works just fine as a phone
I have no antenna problems with my iPhone 4. It works just fine, even as a phone. So does my wife's. The media frenzy seems like they just had to find *something* because Apple is selling every iPhone 4 they can make. My evidence is anecdotal at best, but the several people I know with iPhone 4 are very happy with them.
We had been looking at RVs for a long time, focusing mostly on class B versions. Class B RVs are on van chassis and stay within the van footprint, as a result the Class B RVs are very manageable compared to their larger siblings. Most Class B can be driven in cities, parked in normal spots, and genarraly fit into tighter situations than you would ever consider for a much larger Class A or Class C (when most people think of RVs they are usually envisioning Class A or C).
We decided on a 2017 Winnebago Travato. We chose the 59g floorplan and waited for the 2017 1/2 models to come out with their few nice mid-year improvements.
In iOS 4 and 4.0.1, if you perform a "reset all settings" on your phone it can sometimes cause you to lose all your options in the "passcode lock" section of the phone settings, only leaving you with the "immediately" option.
This can be annoying as you will then have to enter your passcode immediately when your phone locks for any reason. I usually like mine set to a 15 minute delay so that I can use my phone frequently without typing in the passcode, but it still locks after a while.
This is a known bug, and should be fixed soon in an upcoming iOS version. Until then there are two workarounds.
In October I bought a 2017 Triumph Tiger Explorer XRx.
So far I am enjoying this bike. I have no connection whatsoever with Triumph other than I own a few of their motorcycles. (Although if anyone from Triumph or wants to sponsor me I certainly wouldn't Turn them away.).