Iphone 4 Problems
I've had my Iphone for a while now.. Its been in its case and its in mint condition.
All of the sudden I looked at my phone this morning and the screen was black and it didnt respond when I tried turning it on.
So I put it on the charger for 30 minutes. (Usually it shows you the phones charging). Thats not even happening.
I cant turn it on, and its not charging.
What the fuck just happened to my phone?
Is it time for a new one?
I didnt think IPhone just keeled over and stopped working?
I've tried two different chargers and tried plugging it into my laptop, nothing.
@Atsuyuki22 All i can think is take it to the Apple Store and see what they say, you can even just ring them up i think and tell them whats happened. I had the Iphone 3gs, 4, and now the 5 and never had one single problem with them so i can't really help
I read awhile ago that iphones are built to die after a certain amount of time. Your phone probably just reached it's life expectancy and apple flipped the switch to kill it lol
Get an iPhone 5!!
I dont have another phone to call on....... LOL!!
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@I_royalty_I- Shut up. Are you fucking serious?!!? I've never heard that before, but if thats the fucking case I wont buy another Iphone!!!!!!!!!
I've only had it for 2 years!
Nah that's wrong, i've still got my all my IPhones and they all still work fine
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Well if you take it to the apple store, they can pretty much diagnose everything. I took my phone up there and they could check everything based off the diagnostic reports that my phone sent out apparently. They could check my battery, the hardware, everything. I thought it was pretty crazy. But if there is something wrong, then they can find it!
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if its still in warranty expect to get a new one from apple
Make an appointment at the apple store if you havent
remove the SIM tray (the lil bugger on the right? side of the phone, get the blunt end of a needle or something) and engraved on the tray is going to be the serial #
Or on the phone's box you can find the serial # I think
Apple is really cool about things like this, considering your phone is mint condition. gl
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Try putting it in dfu mode and see if a computer recognizes it..
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That happened to me when I first got my iphone. I had to reset it. It might just be because the phone has run its course. Take it into a apple store or your service provider.. It might be your battery.
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Take your iphone to mazuma!