The App will be up on the App Store in a few days.... We apologize for the confusion and lack of information, but our app will be available on iOS device again a couple days' time . . .
Doesnt anyone have the IOS app for me please!! I just got my inspire, Cant fly wiithout checking all firmware etc and compass calibration without the app.
Am I the only one who's screwed.
Someone must be able to send a link to the app file we can load into itunes?
They have corrected everything, including some issues that have effected only a few of the units out there in a very timely manner.
They may have corrected things as they came up, but some of these things were foreseeable and extraordinarily dangerous at a time when the FAA is actively trying to make it almost impossible to own or operate anything like the Inspire. All it would have taken was for ONE of these flyaways to strike and seriously injure someone and you'd find every single one of these products grounded in the US (not just the Inspire, but everything like it). That's what the US government WANTS to do - they're just looking for an excuse. It's of great concern that DJI was not more careful. Meanwhile if you were unlucky enough to own an Inspire that caused serious injury you would be facing $millions in civil liability and trying to name DJI as a co-defendant (and needing tens or hundreds of thousands to pay your lawyer to even try to make that claim). That's a big chance to take.
And they had to know that proceeding to distribution using an Enterprise release of the IOS app would have this result, and did it anyway.
So yes, if they fix it that's dandy, but as these issues mount up we have to be asking ourselves how many others there will be.
IPA download for IOS app
Rest of instructions as per post 12 by quadpilot
Purchased another Ipad mini 2 and installed it from my Ipad Air 2.
Apparently your appetite for risk does not extend to flying multi-rotors.
Do you understand the current political climate? This has nothing to do with my personal appetite for risk. This has to do with a hard push by the FAA to regulate quads to the point where no one can fly them, with full support of certain members of Congress (like Diann Feinstein). This has to do with a government that is anxiously awaiting an opportunity to overregulate and not wanting to give them that opportunity. I started flying RC aircraft in the early 1970s, and the political climate was NOTHING like it is right now. The success of the quad market and the implication that anyone with a pulse can now be out there flying one has changed the landscape significantly. Don't shoot the messenger - let's figure out how to solve it (or at least not make it worse). That starts with manufacturers not being tone deaf to what's going on out there.