I recently searched for an iPhone 4S, and bought this one: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/261802184624?_trksid=p2059210.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT Listing title: "iPhone 4S" Listing specs and description: "iPhone 4S" ONE partial half-sentence at the bottom, says "Iphone 4", but based upon the overwhelming evidence of it being a 4S, due to the TITLE saying it is, and the extended details saying it is... I expected it to be, but then the seller, upon me contacting them to make sure, says "Oh, sorry - I sent you an iPhone 4 - apologies for the small mistake". "SMALL" mistake? Seller evidently doesn't understand the significance of the "S" appended to iPhone models, and seems rather indifferent, implying I should search properly and research more thoroughly before buying. I am not annoyed so much with the fact it's a 4, I am annoyed that they're implying that is MY fault, when THEY have mis-listed the item. What would you do? They've offered to send me return shipping costs, but I replied that I'd accept the iPhone 4, but with a £30 partial refund. Some people are incompetent when it comes to dealing with, describing and selling technology stock, and should steer well clear, I think. Thank you.