Picked up my iPhone 4 today and immediately paired it with my 2009 BMW with iDrive. The connection to the car drops avery few minutes. Sometimes it comes back by itself and other times I need to turn BT off and back on again. Then it will drop again. I had -0- problems with my iPhone 3G or 3GS...
No extra charges at all. It still works fine every time I swap out the SIM card. I have not been using the RAZR much lately, because it's a "golf bag" phone mostly and golf season is over up here until spring.
When I do swap to the RAZR, I immediately miss the functionality of my iPhone.
So... I HOPE a restore does not work. (sorry to the OP) If it did, what would prevent anyone from stealing an iPhone and doing a restore of their own? My desire would be to disable the phone entirely if a restore was attempted. Only Apple Support should be able to allow a restore or a password...
My 16gb white iPhone slipped off of a radiator and landed face down onto a tile floor. It was one of those "slow motion" moments where you see it happening but are powerless to stop it. When I picked it up, there were cracks all in the area above the LCD. The phone functioned properly...
Well...it's a SYNC, which means that it should take current data from both and sync them. That being said, in iTunes, you can force it one way or the other manually. After that, it should sync both devices.
Interesting thread. I noticed a tiny crack today in the white plastic right around the sound on/off switch. This concerns me greatly, as I don't want it to lead to a bigger crack, or others elsewhere on the case.
I assumed that Apple would not replace for this but I'll give it a shot nex time...
One other thing to check...sometimes, dust and or lint can get into the headphone jack. This will kill ALL sound through the phone but callers will still hear you. Try some compressed air in the headphone hole and see if something comes out of there.
I noticed the other day when my speakers were playing iTunes music, that about 90% of the sound comes out of the LEFT speaker. The right speaker is nearly silent.
Is this the case for everyone, or is one of my speakers screwed?
I'm visiting an area where there is no 3G service. If I disable 3G, I get a good signal but if I leave 3G enabled, I get NO SERVICE. Is this normal, shouldn't the phone default back to the EDGE signal rather than not working at all? I'm using 2.0.2.