Walt Disney World testing Apple iPad for FastPass use
0. phoneArena 02 May 2012, 13:16 posted on
If you hate waiting on line at Disney World with that hot Orlando sun beating down on the back of your neck, the Apple iPad might help rescue you; Disney is testing a new FastPass reservation system that uses RFID enabled wristbands and employs the Apple iPad...
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1. quryous (banned) (Posts: 106; Member since: 07 Mar 2012)
How many people go to Disney world carrying an ifad? Lets see, summer time, rainy, hot, wet sweaty hands, slippery, heavy and bulky, can you say shattering experience. Hmm, wonder how many fly off the whirly-gig attraction or the roller coasters?
Winter time, gloves, great time to try sticking a frozen, bare finger on a frozen piece of glass. Battery power suffers during cold weather. Hmm, can you say, fumble and shatter?
Now, I can see using SMALL devices, such as phones which can be pocketed and protected from heat, wet, and cold, but something as huge as an ifad? Hardly!
Try it on an Android phone. They are taking over, anyway, according to the data I've seen posted the last week or so. What was it, 51% and climbing? Yes, try Android devices.
Come on, Disney, thinking like this is why I sold all my Disney stock long ago. Don't want any more, either.
3. Fallout09 (Posts: 419; Member since: 17 Oct 2011)
Did you actually read the article or just start bashing due the mention of iPad? I am no fan of Apple but the way the story is written, the Disney employee will be using the iPad to print fast passes for riders. This will allow them to walk around free and interact with park visitors. If it makes the fast pass and ride lines faster, I am all for it! Who cares if the Disney employee is using an iPad to print tickets.
4. Atrixboyyy (Posts: 266; Member since: 03 Nov 2011)
Right and wrong
"the iPad is not the central device that prints out the FastPass tickets and the tablet merely is being used to display information." :)
2. Atrixboyyy (Posts: 266; Member since: 03 Nov 2011)
Don't try any device this is a very stupid idea.
I'd go into a rant but its just stupid so ill leave it at that.