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#1 Felicia Tay

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Posted 07 September 2009 - 01:29 AM

I am here hopefully, I can meet anyone who is currently an IPhone user or any kind sould out there who can help.
I stay in Singapore, in any case.

Anyone knows, if there is any Care centre for the Iphone which is located in Singapore. Like when the phone is in deep danger and I need someone to solve it!

Main major problem encountered right now, and its really frustrating, after the several cases of 'explosion' found in France. (Sorry, if this offends you.)
I wondered if its the battery or the modem itself. (approx 4-5 times, for the past 2weeks. age of phone barely 2-3months)
The phone will start to heat up to the maximum heat, which is considered real hot!
Especially if, the modem seems to start up. And the heating will stay for quite a period of more than 20 mins. Worrying anything might happen, or the modem continue to run further more, I switched the phone off and let it cool off. Thus now, I would believe its the modem than the battery as even if I'm playing game. It wont warmed up fast and the heat wasn't that much. Only when the app attempts to get connected, in any case, 3G, ideas, etc were all switched off unless needed. Then you would realise the heating up of the phone.
But doing this (Switch off) will not solve the problem of the adnormal heating. And I doubt it will not heating or improve this problem I'm facing.
I pondered:
1. Why is it heating?
2. What causes this adnormal heating up?
3. Who know how to solve this or, know any care centre that is available to seek help from. Just like, nokia, samsung, sony erricsson has their own centre. I was wondering if apple has this too.

Urgently and worried to find out it anyone encounters this or know what is going.
Kind advises needed from everyone who can help me. To solve this problem.
Thanks a zillion.
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Edited by Felicia Tay, 07 September 2009 - 01:43 AM.

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#2 vasilli


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Posted 10 September 2009 - 06:44 PM

i had a similar problem with mine, i had lots on it, so all i did was to delete free a littel sapce, and make sure u turn off wifi when not in use, also turning off bluetooth when not in use, turning off notifications will also help.
lets know if that helps u

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Posted 12 November 2009 - 02:31 PM

Try calling corporate for the store location nearest you


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#4 bradboom123


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Posted 29 November 2009 - 04:23 AM

If we see another iPhone in the next few months year what new features would you like it to include? I'd like to see a better battery and ability (native to the OS) to store files on the HD with bluetooth.

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