Having iPhone 4 Reception Woes? Jury Rig it with Scotch Tape

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ferariman

cat fight!!!

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Glycerin

Guess they should have called it the "iFail 4 Ever"

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linkmaster6

Wait doesn't Apple try to boast superior quality products compared to everyone else?

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Cache

This sounds like an unauthorized modification on an Apple product.  Get them, Steve!

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Talcum X

 Nerds are always coming up new ways to use thier tape!

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aviaggio

You do realize you have just twarted Apple's next great iPhone accessory, right? They were planning on selling you a roll of iBoost for $39.99 each. 

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Mark17

Using a third party product on your iPhone will probably void the warranty. 

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Danielt876

If you actualy read the comment you just replied to, you will notice something very obvious. The commentor said that the "iBoost" would be made by Apple, which means it would not be third patry and would not void the warranty. Open your eyes and read things before you comment.

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makius

Holy crap dude calm down! lol

 

I'm pretty sure both comments were made in jest. Don't jump down the guys throat for no reason. There are better articles/comments to troll and hate on sheesh! And besides his comment was technically correct, it was you who missed the obvious. 

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Mark17

I did read the comment. I was referring to the scotch tape in the article as the third party product. The comment by aviaggio said, "You do realize you have just twarted Apple's next great iPhone accessory, right?". I assume that person was referring to the scotch tape thwarting Apple's plans to sell their next great accessory. Then I said, "Not so fast" as in Apple's plans aren't thwarted as the the scotch tape would void the warranty since it is a third party product. Therefore, you would have to buy Apple's "iBoost" for $39.99, or you're stuck with either voiding your warranty or using a defective product. Sorry if I wasn't clear enough in my original comment.

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