So must I throw my 2014 one out? Still good for 3 months or no?
I'm assuming "old" means "current year on the cover but material out-of-date."I heard there is a mid year update. I am used to checking online for PTS updates for eg.
Wondered if a DPE would even notice if a student went for an exam tomorrow with am 'old' one.
This ^ I have the same app and it was updated.Just a related FYI - This was being discussed on another forum and someone reported that the ASA AIM for iOS is a one-time payment and is kept up to date without additional charge. The app update history suggests that might be the case, there is nothing about the app being a "2014" or "2015" or dated in another way, there is nothing in the description about in-app purchases, and ASA says "Free Updates provided."
So sounds like it might be true. I don't know but figured it was worth the price for give it a try.
That's not correct. Title 14 is updated January 1 each year.Acrofox said:The regs aren't updated on a set cycle like the FAR/AIM book printings are*. There's no such thing as a 'current year' printing.
Forgive me—I spoke imprecisely.That's not correct. Title 14 is updated January 1 each year.
You are correct.Forgive me—I spoke imprecisely.
My understanding is that the link you provide is for the printed version of the CFR, wherein the amendments are taken up into final form. It's a technical distinction—the rules that apply are, as I alluded to, unaffected by the printing cycle of the CFR, and new rules may come into effect at any time as part of the rulemaking process—which was the thrust of my prior post.
Do you concur with that restatement?