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    Default Re: Apple: Charging Issues With New Expensive iPhone

    I'd be more concerned over the forced beautification that's imposed when you take a selfie
    Same bloke, UBT, did a video a few day's ago, tiss quite funny if not telling about the state if the selfie generation.

    Either both both are software fixes which should be, erm, fixable when Apple can be bothered.

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    Default Re: Apple: Charging Issues With New Expensive iPhone

    Quote Originally Posted by mrlongbeard View Post
    I'd be more concerned over the forced beautification that's imposed when you take a selfie
    Same bloke, UBT, did a video a few day's ago, tiss quite funny if not telling about the state if the selfie generation.

    Either both both are software fixes which should be, erm, fixable when Apple can be bothered.
    When I was on holiday a family came and sat next to us. Group of 5, one I presume a daughter of about 17/18. As I was facing her I noticed something odd out of the corner of my and then looked properly and she was pulling a really weird face and pulling her hair this way and that. Then I noticed it was because she was taking selfies and the stupid face was her pouting like mad. About 20 mins later I went to the loo and on the way back she was still doing it. She must have taken 100's of selfies. I must be getting old, cos if that was my daughter her phone would have been thrown in the sea if she spent the whole of dinner doing a fish face into her phone.

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    Default Re: Apple: Charging Issues With New Expensive iPhone

    He's charging it wrong.

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    Default Re: Apple: Charging Issues With New Expensive iPhone

    All fixed, software update sorts the charging.

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    Default Re: Apple: Charging Issues With New Expensive iPhone

    Quote Originally Posted by mrlongbeard View Post
    All fixed, software update sorts the charging.
    Good news and equally good news is they have moved the “123” back to it’s original place on the keyboard. A bit of a sod trying to get used to where they had placed it.

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    Default Re: Apple: Charging Issues With New Expensive iPhone

    Quote Originally Posted by mrlongbeard View Post
    All fixed, software update sorts the charging.
    Of course they could go back to the old way of doing things - testing before release. Or is that too much to ask?

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