Do you want to have a flawless iphone 5? Follow these steps

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by lke, Dec 7, 2012.

  1. lke
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    Maybe the first iphones 5 have issues but the new ones are flawless, I have buy 2 and I put them on a flat table to see if they were not bend and they don't have this issue. Also the don't have any scratch or any other issue.

    If you want to have a flawless iphone 5 follow these steps and you will have a perfect iphone for years. Maybe for some it is difficult but you can try.

    1- Never use rings
    2- Never store your iphone 5 near keys, coins, or other things that could damage your iphone.
    3- Never leave your iphone in a table without placing first a paper or other soft material.
    4- Don't give your iphone to friends.
    5- Don't place it in your back pockets or with very tight jeans.

    If you can't follow these steps you will not have a flawless iphone 5. Maybe you need to keep your iphone 4S because it resist more scratches and bend issues.

    The new iphone 5 is amazing but it is also more delicate than the iphone 4
     
  2. macrumors regular

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    or you can buy a screen protector and a case....
     
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    Or don't put your phone on top of your toilet.. because it can take a dive like mine did yesterday LOL
     
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    What do I do when I am hungry? Please help me.
     
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    wrkactjob

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    What keep it on silent mode you mean?

    Thanks for your tips mate, time to go back to your special safe room now though eh?
     
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    Prime85

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    I think he means dont wear rings because they can scratch it. Dont think my wife would like that too much though. I put it in a case. Problem solved.
     
  8. macrumors 65816

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    I don't know. I really hope someone comes along to help us. I'm starving.

    Another way to keep the iPhone flawless:

    Put it in the box and don't use it.

    Problem solved! :D
     
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    scaredpoet

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    Or transparent, protective skins.
     
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    I know for a fact Apple is still distributing non-flawless iphones. Might not be as bad as it was when the 5 came out.
     
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    MisterKeeks

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    I have greater concerns in life then whether my iPhone is flawless.

    To the OP: Just write: don't use it.

    It would save a lot of time spent reading.
     
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    True, that's one way.

    Yet I'd suggest not buying one, you'll save hundreds of dollars. If enough people took this route, Apple would wake up & build a durable phone like Samsung does.
     
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    duneriderltr450

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    You must not of seen the drop tests.
     
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    Shrink

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    After reading some of the thread, and I had to go check if it was a waloshin thread.

    Then I realized it wasn't because wally asks insanely pointless questions, and this thread makes an insanely pointless statement.

    Subtle difference, but essential...;)

    :rolleyes: :p
     
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    ixodes

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    I saw the drop tests. They are meaningless. However if you have no knowledge of physics, you wouldn't understand the irrelevance.

    In the rare event I drop my phone, it's called an accident.

    Solution? Easy, iPhones are replaceable. I just walk in & buy another.
     

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