iPhone X

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    Im planning to buy an iPhone X at Greenhills. Just wanna know what model number should I go for that supports our local warranty here in the country?
     
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    A1901
     
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    “We’re thrilled to report the biggest quarter in Apple’s history, with broad-based growth that included the highest revenue ever from a new iPhone lineup. iPhone X surpassed our expectations and has been our top-selling iPhone every week since it shipped in November,”

    Clearly, iPhone X needs to be cancelled.
     
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    :) Well, train FaceID and that long password will not be much of a hassle. ;)
     
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    so both model A1865 and A1901 will support warranty coverage here locally?
     
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    Please confirm with BTB or Powermac.

    I'm confident they will support A1901 but A1865, I'm not.
     
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    Correct, the serviceable model in PH is A1901 only.
     
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    This is not accurate. I have an hk unit with receipt. Both powermac and btb have said they only service units bought in the philippines.
     
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    WOW formal clarification needed.
    Otherwise we all get confused.
    I hope somebody from BTB or Powermac, istudio that in these forum answer this.
     
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    Atleast thats what they said to me when i i called. They both declined. Sold the hk unit already since i didnt wanna be stuck wd a unit that they wont fix.
     
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    The thread has two claims, one is HK iphone units are covered by Apple Service Centers here and the other one is not covered.

    You sold your hk iphone with in mind that Better sold the HK unit and let others problem the warranty? hehe

    Posted on that thread that HK iphone units are not covered by Apple Authorized Service Centers here
     
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    Anyway, ill just go with A1901 just to be safe hehe

    Slightly OT.
    How do we check if the iPhone's really Factory Unlocked? Aside of course from trying and inserting 2 different teleco sim..
     
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    PH Apple Auhorized Service Providers have a model number matrix of iPhone units that they can service.

    These models are usually the ones found on http://apple.com/iphone/lte (look for PH)

    So far it is the only link that is accurate :)
     
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    Honestly, right now, there's no reason to keep on closing apps because I think the iOS/battery of the X is stable. However, i found a shortcut for multitasking....

    instead of swiping up then hold for a 1.5 seconds to launch multitasking, do a swipe up then directly follow it with a swipe to the right. It may or may not have a few seconds improvement in the launch time, but definitely makes the gesture seamless and organic. :)
     
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    Thank you. Saw this sa Youtube. :)
     
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    Will a non certified wireless charger hurt our battery?
     

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