A Rosanna man has questioned the wisdom of the programmers from Apple by asking why they place Aeroplane Mode so high on the Settings page of an iPhone. Brett Barrett took to Twitter yesterday to question the wisdom of the placement, suggesting that most people only fly a few times a year, and actually use the other features more often. 

Speaking exclusively to The Watsonia Bugle this morning, Barrett refused to back down from his stance. He said, “I just don’t get it. The average person probably takes about half a dozen flights each year, but Wi-Fi scabs like me are always trying to tap into the local Wi-Fi. And I always try to save battery by turning Bluetooth off when I’m not using it, so I’m in there all the time changing that stuff. It doesn’t make sense.”

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