I'm sure everyone already knows.
It's not mentioned in the article, but Texas is one of the last states which still allows motorists to use their cellphones while driving.
Also forgotten:what about people using a bus / train?
"A Texas family claims that because the driver of a car that crashed into theirs, killing their daughter, was on FaceTime, Apple should pay."
"The SUV hit them from behind. It was going 65 mph.
It went up, onto and over the Modisette family's Toyota Camry on Interstate 35, north of Dallas.
James Modisette, who was driving, was critically injured. His five-year-old daughter, Moriah, sitting behind him, died of her injuries.
These are some of the details of a lawsuit filed just before Christmas in Santa Clara, California. Why there? The defendant is Apple.
The Modisettes claim that the accident, which happened in December 2014, occurred because the other driver was using FaceTime on his iPhone 6 Plus. According to the Denton Record-Chronicle, the driver of the SUV, 22-year-old Garrett Edward Wilhelm, admitted to police that he was on the phone at the time of the crash.
How, though, could Apple be responsible? The Modisettes say that Apple failed to 'install and implement the safer, alternative design [...] to 'lock out' the ability of drivers to utilize the 'FaceTime' application on the Apple iPhone while driving a motor vehicle.'"
CNet - by Chris Matyszczyk