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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 151438 25-Aug-2014 15:45
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Hi Guys

just want to share this one..
https://ssl.apple.com/nz/support/iphone5-battery/


I thought it's my app causing this battery drained.. then checked my iphone and viola.. it is one of the bad battery.

Check your phones now..

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1115282 25-Aug-2014 15:56
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Cheers. That explains a few things.

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1118323 30-Aug-2014 04:27
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Mine is eligible as well. It has been turning off anywhere between 10% and 30% for the past year and lasts less than 8 hrs with light use.

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1127953 13-Sep-2014 17:13
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Hi. We bought an iphone 5 direct from Apple and its connected to Spark. Its number is the range for replacement. Spark will do this for $85. It doesn't seem exactly easy to send back to Apple, and Spark will be fine I am sure but don't see why we should pay to get this sorted?

Thoughts/Suggestions??

Tx

Mark




Mark Ascroft
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  Reply # 1127969 13-Sep-2014 17:16
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How is it not easy to send back to Apple? I've done repair exchange apple stuff in the past and it's always been cake. 

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  Reply # 1127975 13-Sep-2014 17:32
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Easy as in an 0800 number to call and arrange??




Mark Ascroft
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