Boeing has been testing stuff to ensure that everything is perfect, and that’s when the potential issues arose. There’s a lot of technical—as in too-smart-for-us—stuff involved with this, but we do know that the issues is being examined pretty closely right now.
They’re quite sure that it's the WiFi messing around with these fairly critical cockpit electronics, so it’s likely that Boeing and Honeywell are hard at work looking for a fix. Honestly, it’s nothing to worry about for travelers just yet, as we’re sure by the time the next technology and new planes hit the skies all will be resolved.
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