Valery Gherman | December 1st, 2006
In flight entertainment has always been an excuse to catch up on bad movies, but the chance to indulge in this vice is even harder with Apple’s recent announcement. Apple have partnered with four major airlines to allow passengers to connect with their in-flight entertainment systems. Passengers will have seat connections to keep iPods charged and allow them to view their video content on seat-back screens. The airlines that are participating at this point are Delta, United, Emirates, and Continental. The new connections will be available mid 2007.