An upgrade might be a solution for those on contract but for those who have
purchased a 4s and on limited income then purchase of a new phone would be
their only option. Good news for Apple but not for those who find themselves in
Sent from my iPhone
On 5 Sep 2016, at 12:05, Shaun <capricorn8159@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Pardon My sarcasm here on the aple issue but Apples"fix" will be to advise
customers to upgrade, rather then restrospectively address the issue because,
its not the only problem bugging Aopple products. the iphone 6 and ucts , the
iphone 6s have a serious hardware issue which , over time causes the touch
screen to become non responsive. Apple say the" don't have a solution for
that issue" however a company in the US called ifixit dues have a potential
solution and have identified the most likely cause of the problem,
essentially a design weaakness was introduced in the 6 series iphones
principally the metal sheilding which protected the touch chip has ben
replaced with a flimsy peel back coverng and the chip was also poorly seated..
The following article may be of interest..
On 05/09/2016 08:14, Steve Nutt wrote:
If you are on one of the older iOS devices, that won’t get iOS 10, this is
Let’s hope Apple fix the bug retrospectively.
All the best