The Washington Post Asks: Was Apple to Blame?

On December 24th, a tragic car accident claimed the life of a young girl on a freeway near Dallas Texas. Five year old Moriah Modisette was in the back seat of her family's car which had stopped along with several other vehicles caught in a traffic jam. Garrett Wilhelm, the driver following behind the Modisette family, did not stop, however, because he was too busy having a video chat with someone on his iPhone. He crashed into the Modisette's vehicle at highway speed.
Mr. Wilhelm will be held accountable for his actions as he has been charged with manslaughter. But is the maker of his cellphone, Apple Inc. in this case, to blame? The Washington Post looks into the effects that distracted driving has on a driver and some of the pros and cons of phone makers adding driving lockouts.
You can read their article by clicking here.

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