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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by SRRM, Sep 28, 2012.
Is it True?
and we're eligible for a free replacement.
No way this is true.
Do you have a source? Or are you just guestimating?
just glad I'm in the 80%
a guy with a iphone 5 i unlock idk if he BSing me around
He's probably just adding up all of those that state they have problems compared to those who state they don't.....
Frankly if it was 20%, this would be all over the internet/news media. My guess is the number is more like 1% or less....
So he bull me around to get a refund back?
OMG, so I was on the street corner the other day and this Bum that I've never met told me that the end of the world is in 3 weeks. I'm cashing out my 401K now....
Boy is that guy wrong. Everyone knows the world ends on December 21st this year. Geez.
Why is "eligible for a free replacement" a news? All defective iPhones are eligible for a free replacement within the first year.
100% if you consider the maps app. lol
Actually, it's 20% of each iphone 5 that's defective.
How do people survive in the real world...
Call apple said 1% AT&T Doesnt know anything
but anywho paypal said i won the case..
I hear 70% of the 20% are over exaggerating.
80% of us have oral herpes and equal to that is the % of people who would have a hard time finding a pharmacy if relying on apple maps.
God help us! Where are the mods........seriously.........
Always consider the source.
Dude, yeah, no body know what the hell you're talking about. What case. What happened. Did you sell someone an iPhone 5 and they said it was defective and eligible for a free replacement, but he wanted a refund anyway?
Read it 6 times and finally gave up.
Need a serious translation from pig latin of whatever....
Yeah, this isn't very good news. To put it into perspective, if there are 5 million iPhone5's out there, one million of them are either faulty, flawed, defective, etc.
Guessing English is your second language?