- 03-04-2012, 08:47 AM #26
Exactly my point.... your buddy got locked up over something that was blown out of proportion.... so the door should swing both ways. We guys can go a day or two without the laundry or dishes being done while she's in the cooler thinking about things. (there's a joke in there, folks.... find it)
My post was tongue in cheek, except the part about it being on her to fix the phone.
- 03-04-2012, 08:58 AM #27
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- 03-04-2012, 05:28 PM #31iMore Beginner
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I've LMFAO....I think I scared my neighbors. I agree with SayntJ....couples will go through things. I will admit I've thrown things before. Never electronics....my object of choice was the tv remote and I would take responsibility and purchase another one. This happened in my early twenties. Now that I'm in my mid thirties I've learned how to deal with my buttons being pushed.
IMO the OP wife needs find other ways to deal with someone pushing her buttons. She could go for a drive, get a boxing bag installing in the garage or a dart board...basically leave the situation until she's able to think clearly. If she's tried to manage her anger and nothing is helping counseling might be an option.
As far as what the OP actually asked our opinions on. LOL. I wouldn't tell Apple the whole truth. I'd go for saying I dropped it. Dropping involves hitting something (concrete, a wall, the OP-j/k).
- 03-05-2012, 01:56 PM #33
- 03-06-2012, 08:54 AM #34
I dropped my phone yesterday and it tumbled on the pavement. Luckily I had it in an Otterbox Commuter and the phone left the incident without any physical damage. However, I swear my speaker isn't as loud and when I put people on speakerphone it's more muffled. Could all be in my head. But I don't know. I would suppose a decent fall could jar some internals loose. This was a tumble from about hip height onto concrete. Hit the corner, landed on the back, and then ended up screen down. I almost started crying right then.
- 03-06-2012, 11:36 AM #35
My next door neighbor was fighting with his girlfriend recently. He wouldn't answer his door for her so she smashed her iPhone into it and left it there for him to find. I don't know what kind of a statement she was trying to make but I just remember thinking, poor iPhone.
- 03-06-2012, 12:02 PM #36
I actually dropped mine last week, it hit my foot first so that softened the blow. Then hit the concrete and landed face down. I have not noticed and issues as of yet. But then again i work in a noisy environment at times so in general i have a hard time hearing low tones anyway.
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