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  #516917 5-Sep-2011 15:36
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As soon as I've finished type approval testing of the iPhone 12. I estimate that this should take me until roughly the beta hardware release of the iPhone 13.




iPad Pro 11" + iPhone XS + 2degrees 4tw!

 

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  #516953 5-Sep-2011 16:24
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Back on topic please gentle and not so gentlemen ;-p

 
 
 
 


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  #516981 5-Sep-2011 16:56
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tingsun: yes my phone is almost 4years old, but it works fine!

 


Your phone is ancient. Get a new one!

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  #518104 7-Sep-2011 14:05

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tingsun: yes my phone is almost 4years old, but it works fine!

 


Your phone is ancient. Get a new one!




 

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  #518118 7-Sep-2011 14:54
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tingsun: now the 2degrees ppl are saying my phone is crap and their sim card is working fine with any other phone.
so upset by this!!!!! yes my phone is almost 4years old, but it works fine!

 T______________T
 


obviously it's time for a new phone.

4 Years is a great run, how can you in any way be so closed minded to blame this on 2degrees.
Stop being stingy. 





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Maybe you were so ignorant that they had tell you your phone has crapped out to make you understand it's your phone that's faulty. A reasonable person would have gotten the idea as soon as its proven your sim works in another device. 2degrees doesn't support your phone so they may not be able to provide full support. Good luck fixing or hunting a new phone

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  #518812 8-Sep-2011 22:57
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Is tingsun ever coming back to this thread?

 
 
 
 


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#518817 8-Sep-2011 23:06
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Maybe once the bruising has subsided.  They took quite a battering in the end.

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