"Some info on the iPhone 4 and 4S:
The iPhone 4 previously used a BCM4750 single chip GPS receiver, and shared the 2.4 GHz WiFi antenna as shown many times in diagrams. We reported with the CDMA iPhone 4 that Qualcomm’s GPS inside MDM6600 was being used in place of some discrete solution, and showed a video demonstrating its improved GPS fix. I suspected at the time that the CDMA iPhone 4 might be using GLONASS from MDM6600 (in fact, the MDM6600 amss actually flashed onto the CDMA iPhone 4 includes many GLONASS references), but never was able to concretely confirm it was actually being used.MDM6610 inside the 4S inherits the same Qualcomm GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) Gen8 support, namely GPS and its Russian equivalent, GLONASS. The two can be used in conjunction at the same time and deliver a more reliable 3D fix onboad MDM6610, which is what the 4S does indeed appear to be using. GPS and GLONASS are functionally very similar, and combined support for GPS and GLONASS at the same time is something most modern receivers do now. There are even receivers which support the EU’s standard, Galileo, though it isn’t completed yet. This time around, Apple is being direct about its inclusion of GLONASS. The GPS inside MDM6610 fully supports standalone mode, and assisted mode from UMTS, GSM, OMA, and gpsOneXTRA."
You can still use your iPhone GPS when there's no cell or wifi service. You just won't get any map updates...you'll be a blue dot moving along a blank map.
And Dam CB. 155!
You can cut to 135 and become the Randy Couture of that division.
What you messing with?
(Cool if you don't feel like sharing that)
So i've just been smokin. Found a real good weed connect, sells decent mid-grade for $40 a 1/4 and if I wanna go top shelf for this area I can get a 1/4 for $70. Good prices for my area.
Decent article, now they say about 1100 injured.