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LennonNZ
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  #545445 15-Nov-2011 07:44
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Handsomedan: On a completely different subject...

I am really put out at the act that none of my iphone 4 precision fit bumpers or cases work in my 4S.

Left side buttons just don't quite line up. What a waste of money, they were!!!


Why didn't you buy an iPhone 4S case and not an iPhone 4 Case? 

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  #545447 15-Nov-2011 07:46
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Handsomedan: On a completely different subject...



I am really put out at the act that none of my iphone 4 precision fit bumpers or cases work in my 4S.



Left side buttons just don't quite line up. What a waste of money, they were!!!


No its not turned on, Strange how it will stay turned off when plugged into the wall charger but turns its self back on when you have it sitting in the dock. 




Ding Ding Ding Ding Ding : Ice cream man , Ice cream man


 
 
 
 


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  #545477 15-Nov-2011 09:24
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Presso: I have a question re charging. I have an alarm clock dock next to the bed (Panasonic RC-DC1)
and normally before I hit the sack I throw my phone on it and then turn it off so it obviousy does not ring or make any noises and wakes me. This worked no problems for my 3gs but since I have jumped up to the 4s when I put it in the dock it starts charging fine, I then turn it off which it does but then turns its self back on again. 
Trying the normal wall charger I can have it charging and turn it off and it stays off fine I wonder why when I put it in the dock it won't stay turned off.


I had this same 'problem' with my 4. I'd turn it off, plug it in and it would turn itself on again. I just muted it before plugging it in and going to sleep. I haven't tested it on the 4S, I'm now just so used to muting it if I'm charging at night.

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  #545488 15-Nov-2011 09:38
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Presso: No its not turned on, Strange how it will stay turned off when plugged into the wall charger but turns its self back on when you have it sitting in the dock. 


Maybe fluctuating power from the dock system is triggering the 4S to turn on as it thinks it's just been plugged into power!? 

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  #545578 15-Nov-2011 12:10
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heads up using itunes match for the past couple hours and its pretty amazing. cant imagine what would anyone need >16gb phone

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  #545584 15-Nov-2011 12:34
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Must confess I thought iTunes match was US only?

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  #545632 15-Nov-2011 14:27
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So can people here confirm they have the cool blueish white version screen on their iphone 4s?


Im on my second iphone 4s and it has the same problem

 
 
 
 


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  #545638 15-Nov-2011 14:45
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thecripplernz: So can people here confirm they have the cool blueish white version screen on their iphone 4s?


Im on my second iphone 4s and it has the same problem


I just read somewhere to try the following, which ill be trying when mine turns up if it has the same issue, go into the settings and turn off the autolock/sleep thing, turn off the auto brightness, and set the brighness to max, and leave it plugged in for 15-20 minutes, may help. Most things ive read say its a glass curing issue like before.




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simple logic.


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  #545644 15-Nov-2011 15:00
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thecripplernz: So can people here confirm they have the cool blueish white version screen on their iphone 4s?


Im on my second iphone 4s and it has the same problem


Does that mean you have a second very yellow screen or it's just slightly warmer than you'd like?  

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  #545686 15-Nov-2011 17:07
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thecripplernz: So can people here confirm they have the cool blueish white version screen on their iphone 4s?


Im on my second iphone 4s and it has the same problem


My 4S is definitely blue tint. Much nicer than my iPhone 4 that has a greener tint. Very happy.

Even the iPhone 4 had a variety of screens -- in my workplace there were at least 3 or 4 different types of screens. In my opinion the bluer ones look much better. 

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  #545688 15-Nov-2011 17:12
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keepitwarm:
thecripplernz: So can people here confirm they have the cool blueish white version screen on their iphone 4s?


Im on my second iphone 4s and it has the same problem


I just read somewhere to try the following, which ill be trying when mine turns up if it has the same issue, go into the settings and turn off the autolock/sleep thing, turn off the auto brightness, and set the brighness to max, and leave it plugged in for 15-20 minutes, may help. Most things ive read say its a glass curing issue like before.


Glass curing issue? 

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  #545691 15-Nov-2011 17:14
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Teeps:
thecripplernz: So can people here confirm they have the cool blueish white version screen on their iphone 4s?


Im on my second iphone 4s and it has the same problem


Does that mean you have a second very yellow screen or it's just slightly warmer than you'd like?  



Warmer than I would like...

nobody at telecom has a clue 

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  #545693 15-Nov-2011 17:18
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thecripplernz: Warmer than I would like...

nobody at telecom has a clue 


A clue about what?  

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  #545698 15-Nov-2011 17:36
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I would complain about the battery life but I must say that after a full discharge and then recharge it is excellent. Wow I just dictated that whole sentence with Siri and there was no errors!

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  #545718 15-Nov-2011 19:10
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codyc1515: I would complain about the battery life but I must say that after a full discharge and then recharge it is excellent. Wow I just dictated that whole sentence with Siri and there was no errors!


Thats how lithium batteries go. A few full charges from zero or near zero and battery life will be maximised.

Re Siri, I need to get her to understand "ten"     

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