I have an iPhone 3G running iOS 3.1.3. I just upgraded to the latest White Noise app last night, but immediately ran into a problem. I use a Bose dock, which is compatible with but not made for the iPhone. As a result, the connection to the phone is occasionally interrupted by a message saying that this device is not designed for the iPhone, do you want to turn on airplane mode. I can usually safely ignore this and the White Noise app would continue playing. Even if I removed the phone from the dock, it would continue playing.
With the new version, though, when the connection is momentarily interrupted (by this message or by removing the phone), the new default is to stop the sound instead of continuing. This doesn't seem to be a user-controlled setting, but rather a set behavior based on the current state of the phone. As of right now, it has rendered the app virtually useless since this message can come up at any time. Last night it happened sometime after I fell asleep, and I was awoken at 3am by a noise outside that would have otherwise been masked. Is there a reason this was changed and can it be changed back?