- Jun 6, 2007
I just realized that there is a good possiblitiy that the first shipment will have a lot of dead pixels. Will there be anything we can do about this?
OMG, For Real. This isn't a Sony PSP, haha. Lets say that you do get a dead pixel, you can return the phone if you are not happy with it. The first batch of PSPs had pretty low manufacturing and quality standards. Lets hope that Apple wouldn't take this route in order to increase the number of units they can produce for launch.I just realized that there is a good possiblitiy that the first shipment will have a lot of dead pixels. Will there be anything we can do about this?
No, I remember that all this did what tell you that you had dead pixels and showed you them, but no fix them. It will be a problem returning the iPhone, unless they have a 14 return policy.
I can just see the flickr picture headlines now... "Lol look i dropped my iPhone into the toilet", "So i left my iPhone on top of my pickup.."I know AT&T have a 30 day, no questions asked policy on all of their phones. (as long as you don't run it over by a truck or swim with it, lol. Of course I hope no one would be that dumb to do that with iPhone.)