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iPhone® 4S For Dummies®, 5th Edition by Bob LeVitus, Edward C. Baig

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Chapter 16

When Good iPhones Go Bad

In This Chapter

arrow Fixing iPhone issues

arrow Dealing with network and calling problems

arrow Eliminating that sinking feeling when you can’t sync

arrow Perusing the Apple website and discussion forums

arrow Sending your iPhone to an Apple Store

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In our experience, iPhones are usually reliable devices. And most users we talk to report trouble-free operation. Notice our use of the word most. That’s because every so often, a good iPhone goes bad. It’s not a common occurrence, but it does happen. So in this chapter, we look at the types of bad things that can happen, along with suggestions for fixing them.

What kind of bad things are we talking about? Well, we’re referring to problems involving

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Making or receiving calls

Wireless networks

Sync, computers (both ...

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