iOS 6.1, Available Today, Adds Features to Siri
Top message: Does it fix/address the wifi "grey out" issue? by stoopid
Replying to: Re: Wow are you sure you don't work for Best Buy by Haggard
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.
>>The restore option is if all other options fail.
Which I would gander is what happens 90% of the time.
>>No need to be condescending,
Why? Do you have a patent on that?
>>this is directly from Apples Support page that is supposed to resolve the issue.
Right, except that I'm guessing most people find themselves having to do the restore in order to "resolve the issue". But I don't think that's a solution many people are happy with, especially considering the original poster's concerns, which you so condescendingly responded to with these steps. Most people would expect an actual fix to the OS to be rolled out in an update, or a statement from the company saying one is coming soon.
>> It's called "troubleshooting".
No it isn't. It's called pretending to troubleshoot and offering steps that cover up and never resolve the real issue. Antenna gate ring a bell? Or how about Mac Defender? It's standard operating procedure for Apple to deny every issue that arises with their products and to take all available steps to avoid a real solution. I've done just about every form of technical troubleshooting there is: electronics components and circuitry, electronic hardware, software code, software configuration, user settings, etc. And I would never recommend a set of steps like this unless I didn't really care to help the user fix the actual problem. And sometimes maybe that's justified, because you have a friend who constantly wastes your time and can't be bothered with figuring things out for himself. But it's never a waste of time to figure out what's wrong with your product for a customer.
- Re: Wow are you sure you don't work for Best Buy by Haggard