833 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Apr 16, 2008 9:11 AM by DaVBMan
Never had an issue here. Keep in pocket all the time. I did try your test but got no results...may also be to afraid to push to hard. But hey, if you can replicate it at the store and not have it happen on lets say a display phone...it could just be your phone and I would say that would allow them to easily replace it.
Only way to tell is to make that store visit.
I am thinking if anything, there is just an issue with the silent switch whose housing is in the top.
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I have the same issue, but it happens from time to time. Sometimes it keeps switching between vibration on/off even without applying any pressure. I usually see this behavior when the button is in kind of "sensitive" mode. I also have had issues with the time, somehow it goes some hours ahead, even if the timezone is correctly set and left in automatic.
As for the time thing...I had read others saying it for a long time and only recently seen it happen to me once. And my friend said it has happened to him that same day (just ones).
Note that the iPhone (by default) will get the time from the cell tower (not sure if it keeps going back to check now and then). When I noticed the wrong time, I just went to airplane mode for a second, then back out (to force it to pull for towers again) and the time fixed itself and I never saw it again.
Not sure if it is an issue with the towers or Apple's software. While it didn't really hurt me in anyway, I can see how it can be a problem for those with important reminders or wake up alarms.