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Update to latest OS X 10.10.5 and iOS 8.4. Both the updates solve the annoying Internet issues. The issues were frequent disconnection in regular intervals, slow Internet speed etc. In Yosemite, Apple introduced the troubling Discoveryd component for networking which was the main cause. It has been replaced in OS X 10.10.4 and iOS 8.4. Install the updates ...


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It sounds (no pun intended) like a software issue. Try this: Hard reset Hold down the home and reset buttons simultaneously until you see the  logo. let go of both buttons together The phone will restart. This may fix your issue. I had a similar problem recently. A reset did the trick. If this doesn't work, a trip to the Genius Bar at your local ...


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Get some compressed air (don't just blow into it) and blow the headphone jack clean of any dirt, lint, or other debris. A toothpick might help clean it out, too.


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Go to sign out all your account in your phone and change all passwords settings resetting choose reset all settings erase all content or easy go to accessibility subtitles & captioning to change it if u don't want to choose your phone


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No, it will activate just fine (if the phone is unlocked for that specific company). Just remember to disable anything that could interfere with your own phone (like iMessages, FaceTime, etc.)


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No, the activation process of the iPhone can not damage the SIM card itself. The process needs a SIM card in order to find the exact location of the iDevice, to make a connection between the iDevice and the SIM card which may be useful for stolen iDevices, etc. If you are not sure if the iDevice was stolen or not, I highly recommend you NOT to put your ...


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I don't think anything should go wrong. If you're worried, though, just buy a deactivated SIM card on eBay, they aren't that much.


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Apple will not tell the insurance company. If the insurance was from Apple (Apple Care) they might know but they won't contact the third party insurance company.


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I think it should be mentioned that a bulging or swollen battery is a sign of failure and it may be dangerous. From Wikipedia: All Li-ion cells expand at high levels of state of charge (SOC) or over-charge, due to slight vaporisation of the electrolyte. (…) This is very noticeable for LiPos, which can visibly inflate due to lack of a hard case to ...


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I'm afraid since the device is removed from Find my iPhone app you can no longer make changes from iCloud.com. If you would be able to start the device again - sometimes you doesn't even need to go all the way as fully booted system - it will reappear in the Find my iPhone app. I work in a retail chain as a service agent and have seen this many times. ...


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There is an option to start backup manually. Did you tried that? If so what it tells you. Also, as far as i know you need to have a wifi connection for backup to work. PS: i wanted to post this as a comment but dont have enough rep yet. So if someone put that on comment i can delete answer, since its really not an answer


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Nice issue, it was happened just a couple of weeks ago to me. I solved this issue taking back the iPhone (3 years old, not covered from warranty) to the Apple Store. They replaced mine iPhone with a refurbished one in 10 minutes for free. I think this is the best solution. Otherwise you can try to fix it on your own. The issue here is that the battery is ...


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Sorry, the digitizer is separating from the LCD. If you feel comfortable buy a new digitizer assembly (not the digitizer or LCD alone) and change it out with the iPhone 5 digitizer assembly guide from ifixit.com. Otherwise take it to someone who can change it fit you (be prepared to pay $75-$100+).



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