TS3281: iOS: Not responding or does not turn onLearn about iOS: Not responding or does not turn on
Currently Being ModeratedJan 21, 2013 8:07 PM (in response to AppleFan9969)
Considering we are all users, no one here would have any way of knowing what Apple will and will not fix.
Speculation is also prohibitted.
How about trying some actual troubleshooting instead of whining about it?
Disable the security software on the computer, put the device in DFU mode and restore it.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 22, 2013 5:57 PM (in response to diesel vdub)
Considering that I posed the statement in the form of an inquiry as evidenced by the question mark I am confused as to what about it you judged as whining. As for "trying actual troubleshooting" you may be interested in learning that I followed every single troubleshooting available in e-manuals, apple website and multiple google searches with ZERO resolution. Posting in this so called self help forum was my last resort.
Eventually I ended up visiting the Apple store and ONLY THEY could fix the problem.
As for "speculation" please note that according to Apple's very own qualified staff, this type of seizing of phones, is "the most common issue with IOS6 download update". My statement was not speculation but a genuine concern of an Apple product user. Your "help", diesel vdub, was not helpful. Despite all your arrogance, thank you for your reply.