Apple, I Mean A “Source”, Confirms There Will Be No iPhone 4 Recall
- 07-15-2010, 09:09 PM #2
Gathering from what I've read from many others on this forum, the Apple Stores seem to have a very liberal exchange policy/philosophy. So if the are some kind of secret design changes in the later batch of phones that fixes these issues, I'll setup an appointment with a genius and get it exchanged.
That's my version of a recall. And if they don't exchange it, they will be met with swift and blinding violence.....joking....
- 07-15-2010, 09:16 PM #3
- 07-15-2010, 09:18 PM #4
- 07-16-2010, 01:45 AM #5
- 07-16-2010, 03:42 AM #6iPhone Nanite
- 7 Posts
Why would any company issue a recall on a product that can be returned for a 100% refund and a waived restocking fee? Is it just me or have the media/phone blogs gotten out of hand? Get a grip people... All these media/blog people seem to be fanning the flames just to get hits on their websites and its kind of sickening. Anybody that has an iPhone 4 and has an issue can GET THEIR MONEY BACK! Oh and if you sold your phone and don't have a back up sorry but that's the way the cookie crumbles. Use your refund money to buy a 3GS, Blackberry, Palm, or Android! Now having said that my personal opinion is that the phone does have a reception issue and I hope they are able to fix it without a required case/bumper (even though I do have a bumper on mine because I don't want the back to get covered in scratches/no reception problems with the bumper on BTW). Just my thoughts, don't attack me please... LOL.
- 07-16-2010, 06:21 AM #7iMore Pro
- 706 Posts
A recall means they would take it back to fix it.
Everyone knows that they can return it and get a refund.
It's like car business. They do a recall to fix a problem. And in most states if the manufacturer is not dealing with a serious issue on an automobile , you cam get your money back under the lemon laws.
But the point is , people love iPhone and the want an iPhone. They just want one that is the latest but works properly. I don't see it as too much to ask for Apple to provide people with a product that works. Specially since this phone wasn't a cheap one to begin with.
My guess is apple chooses the free bumper route.