Exchange maybe?

andrewxie

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I'd been using my iPhone 6 about 2 weeks now. I am now realizing the phone is getting more "laggy" if this makes any sense. First couple days I didn't realize anything different at all, but now I am experiencing even no response when I touch the screen. What would you guys do?
 

mikethebigo

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Try a hard reset and then maybe a DFU restore (and set up as a new phone). If those don't work -> Genius Bar.
 

andrewxie

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Try a hard reset and then maybe a DFU restore (and set up as a new phone). If those don't work -> Genius Bar.
I have been thinking to do the same thing too.
I have not passed the return time period yet, should I return it?
 

mikethebigo

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I have been thinking to do the same thing too.
I have not passed the return time period yet, should I return it?
Have you been thinking to do those things, or have you done them? If you haven't, I'd do them before returning anything.
 

andrewxie

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Have you been thinking to do those things, or have you done them? If you haven't, I'd do them before returning anything.
Thanks man. No I have not done them yet. I will do that. Just thinking that it's still hasn't passes the return date, that's why I think of returning it rather than just fixing it.
If I keep it for now, and if later Apple store can not fix it, will they give me a new phone?
 

mikethebigo

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Thanks man. No I have not done them yet. I will do that. Just thinking that it's still hasn't passes the return date, that's why I think of returning it rather than just fixing it.
If I keep it for now, and if later Apple store can not fix it, will they give me a new phone?
Probably. But even a full restore only takes 10 minutes. There's no way you're in such a rush that you can't try it right?

If you take it to the store, they will also try that before giving you a new one. If a restore fixes it you'll walk out with the same phone and a lot of wasted time.

But I guess if you want to do the safest thing possible just take it to the store.
 
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