By: Revanche

O iPhone, how you frustrate me!

May 20, 2008

It’s been a long three months with the iPhone, and the last two haven’t been very rosy at all.

Apparently, the phone isn’t accepting (or registering) phone calls, randomly, and doesn’t necessarily deliver all of my sent or accept received text messages. It also pretends that calls aren’t coming in when I’m using other features like email or internet, or vice versa, pretends calls are coming in and kicks me out of the applications when calls aren’t actually coming in. >:(

I’ve spent a good three hours on the phone with AT&T and Apple, and spent another two hours at the Apple store troubleshooting the dang thing. The guy at the Apple store was nice enough to just replace the phone, but like a fool, I hadn’t backed up all of my contacts, songs, and photos to iTunes because iTunes doesn’t work on my home laptop. *feeeeeh* Since I hate keeping personal information on my work computer, I decided to go with Option Idiot: just don’t back it up. And then don’t plan ahead for phone replacement. Luckily, the guy was also nice enough to burn a CD of my photos for me.

Now I get to reenter over 200 contacts.

Naturally, this leads to great temptation to find the money to buy my own Mac laptop to replace the 5-year-old Vaio that always has to be plugged in and has a perma-dark screen because the brightening function doesn’t work anymore.

Or, I could just get my butt in gear and figure out how to make iTunes work on my computer at home. Yeah. That’s the sensible option.

2 Responses to “O iPhone, how you frustrate me!”

  1. SavingDiva says:

    I need to get a new laptop (my current one is over 7 years old…which makes me feel old) this fall. I’m dreading the expense!

  2. ~savingdiva~ Ooh, yours is a bit older than mine. Do you have an idea of what you’re looking for in a new laptop? I’m trying not to think about it just yet 😛

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