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original version, submitted Jan 30, 2013, 1:18 PM:

Re: Wow are you sure you don't work for Best Buy

>>Not sure why you can't see the similarities between what you're doing and what they do, but alright.

Erm, you are referring to a Retail store service that installs their own programs to "fix" issues, I provided a copy and paste straight from Apples Support page referencing a way to fix the issue.

>>Which I would gander is what happens 90% of the time.

I suppose I could pull a percentage out of my butt and try and act all like I know everything about everything too. I wouldn't know, I didn't have the issue, just found the link by a Google Search so I can't say it would require a restore. That's why you process a back up when you connect to iTunes if you need to do so. Something could have happened during the update process and caused the issue, IDK, that's why they provided options before the final option of restoring, which would resolve the issue if the issue persisted.

>>Why? Do you have a patent on that?

Maybe I do. Why you are so butthurt over an issue that isn't even yours?

>>It's called pretending to troubleshoot and offering steps that cover up and never resolve the real issue.

So I suppose the steps on every manufacturers website that has the same set of steps are all wrong in trying to resolve these issues, huh?

Antenna gate ring a bell? blah blah about something else that wasn't part of the topic.
I see where this is going and you are avoiding the original topic. How shocking. Rolling Eyes Apple offers phone support, as well as in store support. WTF else do you want them to offer? Geeksquad service where they drive out to you as well?

edited Jan 30, 2013, 1:19 PM to the current version:

Re: Wow are you sure you don't work for Best Buy

>>Not sure why you can't see the similarities between what you're doing and what they do, but alright.

Erm, you are referring to a Retail store service that installs their own programs to "fix" issues, I provided a copy and paste straight from Apples Support page referencing a way to fix the issue. No programs to install to fix the issue, just simple steps that can take 2-3 minutes to troubleshoot.

>>Which I would gander is what happens 90% of the time.

I suppose I could pull a percentage out of my butt and try and act all like I know everything about everything too. I wouldn't know, I didn't have the issue, just found the link by a Google Search so I can't say it would require a restore. That's why you process a back up when you connect to iTunes if you need to do so. Something could have happened during the update process and caused the issue, IDK, that's why they provided options before the final option of restoring, which would resolve the issue if the issue persisted.

>>Why? Do you have a patent on that?

Maybe I do. Why you are so butthurt over an issue that isn't even yours?

>>It's called pretending to troubleshoot and offering steps that cover up and never resolve the real issue.

So I suppose the steps on every manufacturers website that has the same set of steps are all wrong in trying to resolve these issues, huh?

Antenna gate ring a bell? blah blah about something else that wasn't part of the topic.
I see where this is going and you are avoiding the original topic. How shocking. Rolling Eyes Apple offers phone support, as well as in store support. WTF else do you want them to offer? Geeksquad service where they drive out to you as well?

 
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