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iPhone replacement [Nov. 13th, 2007|11:39 pm]
Brad Fitzpatrick
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Update to my previous problem: Apple gave me a new iPhone on the spot, no questions asked. It must, indeed, be a common problem.

I asked them to erase my old one and watched them do so.

I came home, inserted new one, and iTunes said, "Do you want to restore this, or set it up as a new iPhone?" Restore. Few minutes... entirely back to how it was.

I wonder if I'll have to do this every couple months of if they'll fix their hardware by then.
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[User Picture]From: lakeguy
2007-11-14 07:44 am (UTC)
go Apple.. sweet at Restore.. at least you didn't have to re do the phone with it being a new phone.
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[User Picture]From: grumpy_sysadmin
2007-11-15 06:59 am (UTC)
Things do tend to get a bit more complicated (both at the Apple Store and at restore time) if you've jailbroken and installed some toys, of course, but if one of those toys you previously installed was rsync, the restore path is just a few steps extra.
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