In a world as computerized as ours, there are actually many reasons why you should never buy any device rushed to completion by its manufacturers for any reason, least of all in order to meet customer demand. The apple iPhone 8 falls right into this category of products.
The most obvious reason for this advice, as evident in apple iPhone 8, is that such a device would surely contain flaws you will end up paying to fix one way or another, but let’s take a look at facts. We have here a very good case study in the Apple iPhone 8.
Earlier this month, when Apple rushed through their production and release of their flagship, the iPhone 8 and 8 plus, despite the ridiculously high expense and rumors that Apple had not perfected several features in the device, many iPhone lovers rushed to get their hands on the product. But now it looks like ‘so many’ are regretting their decision, bitterly too.
Why You Should Never Buy Any Rushed Product – Apple iPhone 8
Case Study – Apple iPhone 8
First, the problem was that the wireless phone actually had a wire, next it was a cracking sound coming from within the device, but the latest issue with Apple iPhone 8 models is that they are bursting wide open while they’re being recharged.
According to reports, an increasing number of the newly released Apple iPhone is being totally destroyed as the battery seems to swell right out of its place, causing the screen to pop right off. Some Apple affiliated news outlets are reporting that the peculiar swelling is likely to have occurred due to some gases inside the battery. They claim these incidents are just down to a few faulty batteries, and so should be fairly isolated. Apple itself says they’re aware of a couple of these cases and are investigating the matter. They also claim that It’s down to a faulty battery.
I wonder when this sort of thing happen to brands like Samsung who test and retest their products overtime before releasing them to the public.
Fans of Apple have barely taken off the nylon wrappers on their incredibly-overpriced new Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus models, and the bitter complaints are already flooding in hot and creamy.
Customers insist that a strange crackling sound is plaguing the previously hyped earpiece speaker during phone calls.
These complaints have coursed into a flurry of reports, prompting Apple to officially respond. A spokesperson for the UK based tech firm said: ‘We are aware of the issue which is affecting customers in a small number of cases. Our team is at work on a fix, which will be included in an upcoming software release.’
You Pay For The Company’s Mistakes (Apple iPhone 8)
(Apple iPhone 8)
You may want to be taking very special care of your Apple iPhone 8, though, because it costs an arm and a leg to have it fixed and no one really wants to know if it’s the manufacturer’s fault.
The Apple iPhone 8 has a glass back for crying out loud. Now while that glass back gives it a classy look, there’s also a very scary fragile look like the thing is gone once it hits the floor. Glass on the front, glass on the back! This phone is money gulping trap, that’s for sure!
Fixing the screen of this iPhone 8 via Apple Care+ costs $29, but for damage repairs of any other manner, the price rockets to $99. Unfortunately, that new back glass falls right under this category. Wow! $100 for glass that can break again the very next second.
Apple iPhone 8
The outrageous part of this issue is that you can only claim repairs of accidental damage twice. After that, the price goes up dramatically to a whopping $349 for the iPhone 8 and $399 for the iPhone 8 Plus. So, if you’re a die-hard Apple fan, then you need to be a very rich one.
This case is not only applicable to Apple iPhones but all other device rushed to completion by its manufacturers. I hope that I have made a good case here to dissuade you from buying these products. Most modern manufacturers are guilty of this which is why a lot of newly developed products spoil too quickly.
Indeed, we live in a computerized world, there will surely be lots of devices like the Apple iPhone 8 to come. Look out and take care.