- Jun 8, 2008
I'm still waiting on responses to my questions. If I had one of those stupid FairPhones in that remote part of the world you mentioned - how do I fix it or get replacement parts?all Im saying is , if you have an apple device, enjoy it, when it stops working go buy a new one,
(I fully support your right to choice)
don't complain when apple slows down its performance, or makes the battery die out prematurely (due to their bad design)
or forces you to spend gigs of data upgrading to a newer version that they designed. so apps work properly once again
you brought an apple device, spent 3 times more than a equivalent "other" phone, now live with it.
(I am interested in your answer, since this seems to be the basis of your whole argument. When you don't come back with one, I'll assume you know you're full of crap and just talking out your arse )