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Old Dec 5, 2012, 08:33 PM   #26
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ps the 5s is already in production
Its just a rumour, there's no way to confirm it as of now.
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Old Dec 5, 2012, 09:25 PM   #27
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All iphones come with one year warranty
yea it's been 13 months and i converted mine to blue so literally no warranty lol

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Its just a rumour, there's no way to confirm it as of now.
you should know by now when the new model comes out, the next one's already started lol
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Old Dec 6, 2012, 08:21 AM   #28
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ps the 5s is already in production
No, it most likely isn't. Enjoy your <drama queen> officially ruined </drama queen> iPhone for a good 9+ more months. This is a rumor site. You read a rumor and now you're banking on it when you should just restore your phone like any sound person would do.
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Old Dec 6, 2012, 09:57 AM   #29
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No, it most likely isn't. Enjoy your <drama queen> officially ruined </drama queen> iPhone for a good 9+ more months. This is a rumor site. You read a rumor and now you're banking on it when you should just restore your phone like any sound person would do.
lol you're taking this a lil too serious, sounds like it's been a while since a man put a smile on your face
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Old Dec 6, 2012, 10:35 AM   #30
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lol you're taking this a lil too serious, sounds like it's been a while since a man put a smile on your face
That's cute, I do just fine thanks for worrying. You sound like a child though bringing up a stranger's sex life when responses to your inane question and dramatic claims don't suit your sensitive little soul.
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Old Dec 6, 2012, 10:38 AM   #31
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iOS 6 ruined my life




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Old Dec 6, 2012, 10:57 AM   #32
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Old Dec 6, 2012, 11:31 AM   #33
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lol this is why i stay off forums these days you people are funny. feel free to close the thread as my problems are solved
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Old Dec 6, 2012, 12:26 PM   #34
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ps the 5s is already in production
With the earliest release date of this summer, or even this fall. A simple backup especially to a computer, then restore will fix all your problems. I wouldn't even restore to new. If you have any games or apps that have saved data you will lose that info! I've never had to restore to new on any of the six iphones I've had, just restore to backup.
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Old Dec 6, 2012, 12:32 PM   #35
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No, it most likely isn't. Enjoy your <drama queen> officially ruined </drama queen> iPhone for a good 9+ more months. This is a rumor site. You read a rumor and now you're banking on it when you should just restore your phone like any sound person would do.
You're comment was really unecessary, if you're not going to be helpful, you're better off not saying anything and look smarter.
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Old Dec 6, 2012, 12:40 PM   #36
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lol this is why i stay off forums these days you people are funny. feel free to close the thread as my problems are solved
Thread won't be closed until you state that your problems hare solved, "OFFICIALLY."
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Old Dec 6, 2012, 02:14 PM   #37
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With the earliest release date of this summer, or even this fall. A simple backup especially to a computer, then restore will fix all your problems. I wouldn't even restore to new. If you have any games or apps that have saved data you will lose that info! I've never had to restore to new on any of the six iphones I've had, just restore to backup.
i dont want to restore from backup since it may be corrupt, thats why. if it's backed up to icloud, how would it erase the data when i go to restore it? slightly confused again

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You're comment was really unecessary, if you're not going to be helpful, you're better off not saying anything and look smarter.
thanks for the look out but its cool, people like that enterain me
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Old Dec 6, 2012, 02:20 PM   #38
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If you back up to icloud and don't use restore from backup, but restore to a new device, it's not going to use any icloud backup info. It will set up as a new phone. Though, you should restore to backup at least once. Then you'll know if the backup is corrupt or not.

I've had iPhones acting crazy and always restored to a backup, because I didnt want to lose all my info, and it always solved the problems I was having.

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Old Dec 6, 2012, 03:16 PM   #39
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If you back up to icloud and don't use restore from backup, but restore to a new device, it's not going to use any icloud backup info. It will set up as a new phone. Still thing you should restore to backup at least once. Then you'll know if the backup is corrupt or not.

I've had iPhones acting crazy and always restored to a backup, because I didnt want to lose all my info, and it always solved the problems I was having.
will try it today thanks
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Old Dec 6, 2012, 06:30 PM   #40
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If you back up to icloud and don't use restore from backup, but restore to a new device, it's not going to use any icloud backup info. It will set up as a new phone. Though, you should restore to backup at least once. Then you'll know if the backup is corrupt or not.

I've had iPhones acting crazy and always restored to a backup, because I didnt want to lose all my info, and it always solved the problems I was having.
restore done so we shall see. thanks for the help
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I really hope it helps!!!!! It has for me in the past. Keep us updated!
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Old Dec 6, 2012, 07:21 PM   #42
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I really hope it helps!!!!! It has for me in the past. Keep us updated!
well the no sound issue is still there i just noticed. randomly goes mute and cant be increased or decreased
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Old Dec 6, 2012, 07:23 PM   #43
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well the no sound issue is still there i just noticed. randomly goes mute and cant be increased or decreased
Aww man that really sucks... Could it possibly be water damage inside?
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Bring your phone in and replace.
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Old Dec 7, 2012, 07:50 AM   #45
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Aww man that really sucks... Could it possibly be water damage inside?
phones never wet as far as i know

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Bring your phone in and replace.
i do no have any warranty on it. just gonna ride it out until the 5s, it still performs normally for the most part
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i do no have any warranty on it. just gonna ride it out until the 5s, it still performs normally for the most part
Mine wasn't either...but somehow it had been exposed to moisture before I bought mine (this was the iPhone 3...years ago). Brought it in and they still replaced it.

You don't have to say what you think it is...bring it in and see what the Apple Store employee says...you never know...
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Mine wasn't either...but somehow it had been exposed to moisture before I bought mine (this was the iPhone 3...years ago). Brought it in and they still replaced it.

You don't have to say what you think it is...bring it in and see what the Apple Store employee says...you never know...
In either case, the OP said that he physically modified the phone. Liquid damage or not, if he wants it replaced its going to be for the full retail value.
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In either case, the OP said that he physically modified the phone. Liquid damage or not, if he wants it replaced its going to be for the full retail value.
Did I miss something? I looked through again and can't see where he did anything other than restore the phone.
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Did I miss something? I looked through again and can't see where he did anything other than restore the phone.
In the very first post, last sentence.
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Mine wasn't either...but somehow it had been exposed to moisture before I bought mine (this was the iPhone 3...years ago). Brought it in and they still replaced it.

You don't have to say what you think it is...bring it in and see what the Apple Store employee says...you never know...
wow it sounds like it wasn't completely sealed when it was constructed. since mine was taken apart there's a good chance the same has happened

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Did I miss something? I looked through again and can't see where he did anything other than restore the phone.
yea my phone shattered and since i dont have insurance i ended up doing a color conversion for half the price of a lcd replacement but still looks and performs like oem
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