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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.


The only one trying to save face here is you. You're in such deep denial it's ridiculous.

 

Now, quit griping and actually refute my bullet list, thanks.

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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.

ForumViewer: If Bucs happens to work at a store that offers phones or any IT-related company in general, it's not that funny.

Lo and behold, he works at Sprint.

I've heard horrible issues about Sprint's iPhone. Just 2 nights ago an iPhone owner herself was telling me that she immediately returned it and got an EVO 3D, not a great phone (the 3D IMO is horrible...) but if the issues that have surrounded their iPhone variant are true anything is better. Sprint and Apple both knew beforehand that bringing the iPhone to Sprint was a gamble. Sprint in general where I live isn't considered to have great coverage, which sucks because crowds of iPhoners have hated AT&T since day 1 and if they jumped to Sprint they're stuck with the same crap.
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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.

The customers in my store are 30 minutes from an Apple Store. wink.gif

If they had an Android I could fix or replace their issue instantly. Not to mention Androids are less problematic and more often ID10T errors.
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ForumViewer: If Bucs happens to work at a store that offers phones or any IT-related company in general, it's not that funny.
I've heard horrible issues about Sprint's iPhone. Just 2 nights ago an iPhone owner herself was telling me that she immediately returned it and got an EVO 3D, not a great phone (the 3D IMO is horrible...) but if the issues that have surrounded their iPhone variant are true anything is better. Sprint and Apple both knew beforehand that bringing the iPhone to Sprint was a gamble. Sprint in general where I live isn't considered to have great coverage, which sucks because crowds of iPhoners have hated AT&T since day 1 and if they jumped to Sprint they're stuck with the same crap.

My EVO 3D has been a phenomenal device since day 1. Much more reliable and performance oriented than an iPhone.
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ForumViewer: If Bucs happens to work at a store that offers phones or any IT-related company in general, it's not that funny.
I've heard horrible issues about Sprint's iPhone. Just 2 nights ago an iPhone owner herself was telling me that she immediately returned it and got an EVO 3D, not a great phone (the 3D IMO is horrible...) but if the issues that have surrounded their iPhone variant are true anything is better. Sprint and Apple both knew beforehand that bringing the iPhone to Sprint was a gamble. Sprint in general where I live isn't considered to have great coverage, which sucks because crowds of iPhoners have hated AT&T since day 1 and if they jumped to Sprint they're stuck with the same crap.

My EVO 3D has been a phenomenal device since day 1. Much more reliable and performance oriented than an iPhone.

I have one in my possession that I put up on eBay literally just yesterday. Is it just me, or is the 3D a pain to the eyes? I tested it, took a few photos in 3D mode, and thought that the 3D was horribly implemented. It looks like those cheap little hologram (is that what they are? The cards that make a funny noise when you scratch them) cards.
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It looks like those cheap little hologram (is that what they are? The cards that make a funny noise when you scratch them) cards.


So I'm NOT the only person who calls them that after all. My life is complete biggrin.gif

 

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I just love how certain people instantly resort to accusing you of making stuff up if you post anything about a negative experience with an iDevice.
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So I'm NOT the only person who calls them that after all. My life is complete biggrin.gif

Yeah, I just laughed when I first saw that they were putting a 3D screen on a phone.
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It looks like those cheap little hologram (is that what they are? The cards that make a funny noise when you scratch them) cards.


So I'm NOT the only person who calls them that after all. My life is complete biggrin.gif

 


LOL... you know what's funny is I was thinking long and hard while typing that out. I was like: "Ummm I can't be the only one that refers to those little cards this way..."
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I have one in my possession that I put up on eBay literally just yesterday. Is it just me, or is the 3D a pain to the eyes? I tested it, took a few photos in 3D mode, and thought that the 3D was horribly implemented. It looks like those cheap little hologram (is that what they are? The cards that make a funny noise when you scratch them) cards.

It's really just a very limited viewing angle. If you don't look at it just right it doesn't work properly. I didn't buy the EVO 3D for the 3D anyways, although it is fun to play with at times.
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