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When I was in California with a defective iPad purchased in London, the San Luis Obispo Apple store swapped it out for a replacement with no problem. It just had the standard warranty, not Applecare. But I seem to recall that they said they couldn't have done the same for an iPhone, because the UK and US models are actually different -- different ...


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call apple, they tend to do it on a case by case basis for full phone replacements. That being said if it is just the sleep button, in countries like canada you can just walk into any apple store and they do it for you, maybe try walking into a store, i would be shocked if the recall was not available in canada and not london


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Your iPhone has a lower-power Wifi adaptor with a smaller antenna than your laptop. The networks it sees are probably the only ones it can connect to.


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No, this is not possible without jailbreaking or switching output device to another connected device which is muted.


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Yes, you can. See How to use multiple iPhone, iPad, or iPod devices with one computer: Windows users Look in your computer's Help documentation to learn how to set up other user accounts. To find this information: Click the Start Menu and click Help or Help and Support. Enter "new user" in the Search field. Press Return. If you create multiple user ...


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I brought iPhone back to Apple Service and the guy cleaned my iPhone at the plug with the needle that you can open the sim card tray. So he cleaned it, and that was lots of dirty coming out. And after all I have to claim connection is much more stable. So you should clean it first.


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iFixit has a great guide about the disassembly of the iphone 5. All courtesy of the pictures goes to them. Step 11 clearly demonstrates the ribbon cables . I highly suspect that you just yanked a little bit too hard on the LCD cable and hence the black screen. I am in no way affiliated with iFixit but I recommend the use of the iSclack opening tool. It ...


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Under Settings, go to iTunes & App Store, then tap your ID at the top. In the menu that pops up, you can choose to log out. Then you can enter another Apple ID and password. On the Settings screen you'll also find an entry named iCloud. This is the account where your calendar, contacts, notes,... are stored. It's separate from your Apple ID, under which ...


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Go to iCloud and sign out. It will ask what to do with the data on the phone, and unless you don't have recent backups or worry that some changes haven't synced to the cloud yet - choose to erase the local data. When the old account is cleaned up, sign back in with the correct password. Similarly, if you have the old account used to download apps or sync ...


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Everything you already got from the Apple Store is registered to your old ID, & cannot be transferred. The only way to transition the machine to the new ID is to re-purchase everything under the new ID... ... or by setting up the two accounts under Family Sharing you would be able to use the same apps under both accounts.


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They could just have to phone turned off. Although if your phone is logged into itunes, it's POSSIBLE (with forensic software or more knowledge than most iphone thieves) to get your itunes user and password and then of course they could turn it off. However, I think it is an easy thing to determine if someone else is logging in with your credentials, so I'd ...


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You can, and it will cost you nothing. On the video's mobile Youtube page, tap the menu button at the top left. Scroll to the bottom and switch to Desktop view. Change the speed controls just like you would on your computer. Play the video by tapping it and it will use the new speed settings. If you lock the screen Safari will pause playback, but it can ...



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