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# 81056 7-Apr-2011 14:55
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I have an iphone 4 and the screen has started to flicker while it is receiving/ sending data( it is doing it while im typing this). Have tried a restore and that hasn't worked. Would it be best to contact apple directly or go to the store that i bought it from?

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  # 456450 7-Apr-2011 16:06
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Ring apple on the international number and you'll get a case number and they'll tell you where to take it.
00 800 76667666



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  # 456457 7-Apr-2011 16:23
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Thanks have done that, have to take it into vodafone. Will they replace or send it out for repair? As this is my only phone.

 
 
 
 


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  # 456582 7-Apr-2011 22:28
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Realistically you are going to end up with a refurbished phone, in as new condition. Whether vodafone will give you a loan phone while yours is being scrutinised, is a question you will have to ask vodafone.

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