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It's never too cold to dial an iPhone

It's never too cold to dial an iPhone

You're assigned to cover the inaugural flight of Boeing's new 747-8 super freighter out at Everett's Paine Field. It's a chilly, foggy 44-degree morning, and you need to make a call back to the TV station on your iPhone, but the phone's touchscreen can't recognize your fingers with your gloves on, and you don't want your hands to get chilly.

Just hope they call you back instead?

For KOMO reporter Mark Miller, the answer is: No! He found a different way to make that important call!



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