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Discussion in 'Apple Watch' started by Alexrat1996, Nov 23, 2015.
Bring it to Apple.
Apple going to replace it express option 2-3 days I should I have it
Apple going to replace my Apple Watch I should have a new one in my house 2-3 days
Ah, got it. Perfect, glad they took care of you.
I called over the phone asked them to send me the replacement watch first then I send my old one back to them
i got my watch today
The issue happen again i'm on my 5 replacement there not replacing. It's a charging issue but apple believes its software issue not hardware there sending this info to the engineers
I think at some point, the issue is the Indian...not the arrow.
I think after 2-3 I would have concluded its not the watch but something iPhone software related. 5 replacements is redicilous. have u ever tried pairing it with another iPhone and charging?
There is an issue alright. You have made countless threads complaining about your Macbook, iPhone, iPad and Watch batteries. Just look in a mirror and you will clearly see the issue. You obviously should not be using lithium ion battery devices.
+1 to every one else's posts. Most of us read and contributed to your earlier threads. You either have a user problem or a problem with your household wiring. It is highly improbable that it is a device problem.
Haha, lord. He must shop at the Faulty Apple Store.
i replaced the switch i have to plug in my devices today i got a new one and i did contact landlord and they did a check and everything is fine
i have bad apple
for now the macbook issues are fixed
you said you tried 4 apple watch chargers. the charger has two parts - the cable and the adapter which plugs into the wall (and has a usb port on it) - did you change BOTH 4 times?
Did you test any of this stuff in another building like people suggested and asked in earlier threads? By process of elimination, you narrowed the problem to wiring or user error.
i saw one of your posts asking about nightstand mode flicking off and the charging symbol appearing. i know it may have been dismissed as nothing, but i think that perhaps points to faulty electrics - either the charging plug or the house wiring itself (ie it cut out momentarily)
So many posts complaining about Apple and you still keep buying.
The "wound" is self inflicted!
currently i fixed my watch issue i did try another surge protector and everything seems to be working fine