that sim card gets deactivated. That's what happened to me when I went from a 3GS to an iPhone 4When you receive a preordered phone I understand the iTunes set up as new phone procedure What I don't understand is what needs to happen with the sim card in my iPhone 4 especially if the new iPhone has a "NANO SIM "
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Did the Apple store app work out well or did you have to keep trying to place the order?I get up to get my pre order in as soon as possible with Apple
last time I used the Applestore App since my internet service was resetting at 3am
AT&T was nothing but trouble
But I saw this
Tattooed Alex I did manage to go through the App,Did the Apple store app work out well or did you have to keep trying to place the order?
I preordered my iPhone 4 from AT&T. I have since been to the Apple Store twice for fixes and/or replacements with no issues whatsoever. I'm not sure what happened with yours, but the fact that my phone was ordered from AT&T did not matter to the geniuses at the particular store that I go to.gregsho Ah this question brings back horrifying memories of ordering the iPhone 4S last year. I couldn't get through on the Apple site and I panicked and went to the AT&T site where I had no problem. Little did I know that ordering from AT&T was a bad move for more than one reason.
I ordered two iPhone 4S's and straight off there were issues. I received the one email and then nothing else. AT&T took forever to update my information as of the purchase status.
I thought when they were ready to ship the phones I would be charged for them officially. No! AT&T took the money two months later. Wait, it could have been nine weeks. It was a long time and I had never experienced that before with any purchse in my shopping life.
When I had a problem with my iPhone 4S and took it to the Apple store for help, I got a rude awakening. The problem has since worked itself out with updates, but at the time I actually needed my phone swapped out. Unfortunately, because I purchased the phone from AT&T I was told that I had to return the phone to AT&T and then buy another phone from Apple. Because I purchased it from AT&T they would not swap out my defective phone. The Genius told me that and then the manager told me the same thing. I said, you are telling me I am being penalized because I purchased this phone from AT&T. They tried to make it sound nice, but the answer was yes. I tell you, that was enough to make me want to throw the phone at the display and leave the store but I kept it and called Apple and lodged a complaint against the store.
All that being said, I will never order my iPhone from AT&T again. It's more troube than its worth.
I have gone to the Apple store on 5th Avenue and pruchased my iPhone 3G, 3GS and iPhone 4 but I was tired of that whole thing and decided to try and order it and get the phone at my home on launch day. Although I had a bad experience with AT&T I will order the next phone from Apple this time. Getting the phone on launch day at my house was a great experience that I will do again, just never from AT&T.
Well I wish I went to your store because those guys gave me a hard time. I felt...........dirty when i left. LOL!I preordered my iPhone 4 from AT&T. I have since been to the Apple Store twice for fixes and/or replacements with no issues whatsoever. I'm not sure what happened with yours, but the fact that my phone was ordered from AT&T did not matter to the geniuses at the particular store that I go to.