Thursday, July 2, 2015

When the iPhone lost its wireless


Another memory for me to smile over as on that day it was quite interesting. I am not sure if there was any sort of visual indicator to tell me that something was wrong with my iPhone but as a blind person I had to find out the hard way.

The iPhone simply quit on me that day. This being that, I was unable to access my favorite apps to read my newspaper. So off I went to check things out with my other devices, and presto! They all worked except for my poor iPhone.

So after figuring out what the problem was, and after my friend informed me that it would cost more than the price of a new iPhone to fix things, I had to bite the dust and purchase a new iPhone.

As I said above, I have no idea if there was any sort of visual indicator to tell me that the wireless had died but there you have it. An experience for me to remember.

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