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So ummm.... Forumviewer, any recommendations on what to do about an iPhone that isn't holding a charge for very long.

I have had two users come to me today with iPhones that aren't staying charged. One says that the phone gets really hot when she charges it and then it won't stay charged past about an hour. The other is just saying that the phone is dead well before lunch time.

Tell her to buy a Droid X instead. They are apparently infallible.

It's also made specifically with women in mind, since it will only fit in a purse, not your pocket.

rolleyes.gif Yea, it's a whole .5" x .2" bigger, you'll definitely need a bag to carry that. doh.gif It's also .02" thicker, which means that it can't POSSIBLY fit in a pocket.

Late edit:

You know... that bugs me. Avid iPhoners argue "Ughhh all those Android phones you people like are too big and cumbersome," yet what do they do? They add an Otterbox that essentially makes the iPhone a brick in your pocket. My brother and his wife both have a 4, and when they saw my HD2 back when I had it they said it was huge. I told them to put it in their pocket and they then said "Oh... it's not that bad, it's actually smaller than our phones with their Otterbox on." lachen.gif
Edited by Stealth Pyros - 1/16/12 at 12:27pm
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You're a serious post.

 

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Show me some examples that demonstrate that I'm wrong on this and I'll happily concede to that.


There are hundreds of user created tweaks to be found within Cydia and other severs for jail broken devices. If you think none of them can cause instability, you're wrong. I've jail broken many an iDevice in the past. I'm not trying to dissuade anyone from it. But lets not be that ignorant about it, k?

http://cydiablog.com/list-of-ios-5.0.1-jailbreak-compatible-cydia-apps/
http://www.alltechnologynews.com/6-good-reasons-not-to-jailbreak-iphone.html
http://www.brighthub.com/mobile/iphone/articles/106303.asp
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I would say majority of HDTVs out now have a 768p display.

Are you living in the past? Yeah pretty much all entry level sub $200 HDTVs would have a 768p display but a majority of HDTVs are 1080p.
    
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rolleyes.gif Yea, it's a whole .5" x .2" bigger, you'll definitely need a bag to carry that. doh.gif It's also .02" thicker, which means that it can't POSSIBLY fit in a pocket.

I came very close to shoving a 7" tablet in my front jeans pocket. I'm guessing a 6" phone would fit barely, and 4.3" or 5" wouldn't really be a problem. But some people wear skinny jeans, etc. and I could see the extra half inch being an issue ;p
 
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There are hundreds of user created tweaks to be found within Cydia and other severs for jail broken devices. If you think none of them can cause instability, you're clueless. I've jail broken many an iDevice in the past. I'm not trying to dissuade anyone from it. But lets not be that ignorant, k?

 

Some of them could, possibly. But you made several assumptions during the course of this thread, listed here for your convenience:

 

  • Most iOS devices that experience instability and crashes are probably jailbroken
  • Those jailbroken devices are probably running unstable low-level modifications

 

Typical "blame-it-on-the-user" Apple rhetoric. Rules out the following:

 

  • Defective battery (leading to premature battery wear, as Dragonii was mentioning)
  • Bugs in the OS
  • Memory leaks/other bugs in apps
  • other hardware issues

 

All of which you seem to either be unaware of or outright denying the possibility of. It doesn't always "just work" you know.

 

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Some of them could, possibly. But you made several assumptions during the course of this thread, listed here for your convenience:

 

  • Most iOS devices that experience instability and crashes are probably jailbroken
  • Those jailbroken devices are probably running unstable low-level modifications

 

Typical "blame-it-on-the-user" Apple rhetoric. Rules out the following:

 

  • Defective battery (leading to premature battery wear, as Dragonii was mentioning)
  • Bugs in the OS
  • Memory leaks/other bugs in apps
  • other hardware issues

 

All of which you seem to either be unaware of or outright denying the possibility of. It doesn't always "just work" you know.

 


If you're going to paraphrase, do me the courtesy of doing so correctly instead of trying to save face. Suggest you re-read previous posts instead of attempting to put words in my mouth, yet again.
 
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Yup, take them to an Apple Store for an exchange. But let me guess, they're out of warranty right? rolleyes.gif
Funny that you had two customers with bad iPhone batteries during the course of this discussion.

Doesn't surprise me. I'm a Sprint Technician and we have tons of iPhone customers coming in with issues. It's by far the most problematic device we have... and we have no way to fix them. Customer's option is to go 30 miles to the Apple Store and wait 4 hours to get a replacement.
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Doesn't surprise me. I'm a Sprint Technician and we have tons of iPhone customers coming in with issues. It's by far the most problematic device we have... and we have no way to fix them. Customer's option is to go 30 miles to the Apple Store and wait 4 hours to get a replacement.

Name another phone company in which this is even possible.

Also, the fact that you're saying its problematic is most often an ID10T error. If not, perhaps the total influx of iphone users on the sprint network is greater than any other sample size of any other phone. With greater same sizes(n) follows a greater number of failure rates but keeping in the same normal ratios(in smaller samples)for such electronic devices...Simple statistic principles.
 
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Name another phone company in which this is even possible.

I'm not sure what you mean by this?
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Also, the fact that you're saying its problematic is most often an ID10T error. If not, perhaps the total influx of iphone users on the sprint network is greater than any other sample size of any other phone. With greater same sizes(n) follows a greater number of failure rates but keeping in the same normal ratios(in smaller samples)for such electronic devices...Simple statistic principles.

Black LCDs, blown speakers, poor reception, and the battery issues are usually not ID10T errors.
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Yup, take them to an Apple Store for an exchange. But let me guess, they're out of warranty right? rolleyes.gif
Funny that you had two customers with bad iPhone batteries during the course of this discussion.

Doesn't surprise me. I'm a Sprint Technician and we have tons of iPhone customers coming in with issues. It's by far the most problematic device we have... and we have no way to fix them. Customer's option is to go 30 miles to the Apple Store and wait 4 hours to get a replacement.

You should tell customers to make an appointment so they don't have to wait that long and that creating a trouble ticket via AppleCare beforehand will help expedite the process thumb.gif. But surely not all Sprint customers are 30 minutes away from an Apple Store. Even still, Apple will fedEx (1-2 days) a replacement for those who can't get to one. Apple sends a new one, customer sends back the broken one, and everyone is happy. It's really a painless process and doesn't cost the customer any money.
 
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