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iPhone Wi-Fi - Suddenly 'dead'.

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I've owned an iPhone since day 1 in the UK (November 9th). Until recently, the Wi-Fi was working fine. However, a few weeks ago I would be browsing the web on my iPhone, whilst connected to WiFi, when the signal would suddenly go down and I'd be re-connected to O2's GPRS (As I cannot get EDGE in my area). It would take a couple of times for my BT-HomeHub to appear on my list of available WiFi networks again, and I would have to forget the Network in order to re-connect to it. This, as you can imagine, was a hassle.

Then, about a week ago, the WiFi stopped working completely. It cannot find ANY network (So now I know the fault is with the iPhone and not my WiFi networks).

Has this happened to anyone else?

Is there anything I can do to solve this problem?

If there is an actual fault with my iPhone, how can I get a replacement under the warranty?

Thanks very much.
eMac PowerPC G4, Mac OS X (10.5.1), iPhone 8GB


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