- thank you.
maybe an iphone is too small for navigating on sea?
--- In email@example.com, gerlach1@... wrote:
> Not an entire answer either but with my iPhone I don't need service or wifi for the GPS to work. I bought and app called Kauai Revealed for a trip to Hawaii and it worked beautifully on the dirt roads way up on the volcano. The author had GPSed the roads and we could follow the blue dot to know exactly where to turn etc. With the right app and charts and a waterproof case you could use the phone to navigate. The downside is the drain on the small battery.
> Sent from my iPhone
> On Mar 15, 2013, at 1:18 AM, "Don Anderson" <damedia@...> wrote:
> > Be careful with iPad navigation. I think I saw somewhere that the iPad 2
> > Wifi only model does not have a GPS and this may be the case with other
> > later Wifi only iPads. My understanding is that the GPS capability is part
> > of the 3G chipset, and is only present in the 3G iPads, that is ones that
> > connect with the cellular phone service and have a SIM card inserted. It
> > might mean that when offshore out of reach of a phone service, you may not
> > have navigation. Perhaps others can confirm this or clarify this.
> > Don Anderson
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