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jman02007

 
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My iPhone is being annoying, it's fully charge and this has happened before but not too often, but now it's happening a lot, I press the home button and it doesn't go on. I try holding the top button and I know it is on. I try holding longer to see if it will shut off, it doesn't. The only way I can get it to work is to plug it in to a charger and then restart it from there. I really like my iPhone and there are a lot of cool updates in June, but I can't deal with this always.
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j21m2293

 
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Go ahead and try to reset the iPhone (hold down sleep/wake button on top and the home button for 5 seconds) and or restore it through iTunes best of luck
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Take it in and exchange it. It is under warranty.
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Take it in and exchange it. It is under warranty.
Try a restore first. Restore is free and doesn't require you to go anywhere to get it done.

If it STILL gives problems, THEN go to the Apple store.

The very existence of flamethrowers proves that some time, somewhere, someone said to themselves, "You know, I want to set those people over there on fire, but I don't want to have to walk over there to do it."
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