Software fix will not fix reception problems, confirmed by AppleCare

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  1. Alonzo84 macrumors 6502a

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    I don't know why, but that reminds me of Napoleon Dynamite.
     
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    Again....not clicking anymore links for Gizmodo.
     
  4. Alonzo84 macrumors 6502a

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    I don't know why either. But great movie.
     
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    I think it's because it reminds me of when he goes "Yessss!" with the fist pump.

    "Yessss! Free Bumpers!"
     
  6. dubnde macrumors regular

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    I suspect it wont be fixed. These Applecare people don't know what they are on about. Just replaced iPhone 4 for proximity sensor problem with Applecare in UK and they told me that there will be hidden fixes in the software update coming to address the reception issue on top of the reception bars display.

    So can't believe what they say really. I will wait for the update and conclude from that.
     
  7. marksman macrumors 603

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    Gizmodo is dumb film at 11.

    Apple never said the software change would do anything for reception. Apple has never said there is a reception problem, so how could they fix it.

    Do people not actually pay attention to half the things they read?

    The OP rushes here with a story from a non-credible website, but seemingly never paid attention to the actual letter Apple sent out where they explained what this software change would do.

    Again, Apple never said there is a reception issue, and they never said this software change would fix a reception issue that they never said existed in the first place.
     
  8. tianh thread starter macrumors regular

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    I posted the link to let people know what Apple is being accused of etc. I read the letter, but I still thought this was an interesting read.

    I believe this is a forum where we can all express our opinions, no?
     
  9. marksman macrumors 603

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    Except for things posted by Gizmodo I agree.

    Gizmodo sucks and has no credibility on any level.

    Anything they write is to be instantly disbelieved until someone else says it.
     
  10. tianh thread starter macrumors regular

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    Interesting..I've been reading Gizmodo for years now and while I do think they dropped down a bit after the whole iPhone ordeal, they started to really bash the iPhone after being banned from WWDC.

    Good to know!
     
  11. Beast10101 macrumors newbie

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    Actually it posted because there is much talk about there being a "hidden" fix within the software update that they claim will not fix any of the other issues
     
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