1. dajacobo's Avatar
    i recently had to exchange my iphone and the new one they gave me seems to be a little bit slow and less responsive??

    do they usually give you a brand new phone or is it refurbished??

    how do i make sure they calibration on the phone is correct??

    thank you in advance.
    07-09-09 04:15 PM
  2. spawn026's Avatar
    under the 30day rule it should be brand new, beyond that it may be refurbed
    07-09-09 04:19 PM
  3. dajacobo's Avatar
    they took it out of a small little white box.
    how would i know if it was new or not?
    07-09-09 04:36 PM
  4. Bettermost's Avatar
    If its a 3Gs and they just came out 3 weeks ago I doub't you got a refurb. What you got was a new service replacement phone without the retail box.
    07-09-09 10:38 PM
  5. Prospekt#IM's Avatar
    If it is really lagging then try a restore, seems to fix a lot of the lag. It will delete all media though, just a warning. And back-up before doing it so your data will be put back on
    07-09-09 11:22 PM
  6. shawnomega's Avatar
    Even if it was a refurb they sometimes are better then the new because apple tests them to me sure that they are working. If it came out of a little white box it's a refurb. You should google 3g/3gs boxes you'll see what the new ones should look like.

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    07-09-09 11:38 PM
  7. Duvi's Avatar
    All devices under 30 days are new. So it's all new at least until the 20th.
    07-10-09 02:53 AM