Good news for Bros who like to travel... The FAA just announced that passengers are allowed to use electronic devices during all phases of flight, including takeoff and landing. That means as long as you're in Airplane mode, you can keep on Candy Crushin', Snapchatin', or whatever it is the kids do on their celluar devices these days. I think we can all agree... ABOUT DAMN TIME.
Here's the official press release via Business Insider:
Passengers will eventually be able to read e-books, play games, and watch videos on their devices during all phases of flight, with very limited exceptions. Electronic items, books and magazines, must be held or put in the seat back pocket during the actual takeoff and landing roll. Cell phones should be in airplane mode or with cellular service disabled – i.e., no signal bars displayed—and cannot be used for voice communications based on FCC regulations that prohibit any airborne calls using cell phones. If your air carrier provides Wi-Fi service during flight, you may use those services. You can also continue to use short-range Bluetooth accessories, like wireless keyboards