A few weeks ago, I had an iPhone 6S I had purchased a few months before.
I hadn’t used it since I bought it, and I had just returned it to Apple because I thought I could just replace it with another one.
I was wrong.
After my second surgery, I wanted to keep it.
I called Apple’s National Recovery Administration to get an upgrade plan.
After a bit of back and forth, Apple finally let me keep it, but it wouldn’t let me upgrade my other iPhone.
Apple’s National recovery administration.
When I called the National Recovery administration, I was told that the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) was currently reviewing Apple’s plan.
I was also told that it would be the responsibility of Apple to go through all of the necessary steps to make sure my iPhone was eligible for the upgrade.
Apple is required by law to review every plan for every iPhone, but there is no requirement that Apple have to do this before it allows someone to use their iPhone to make the upgrade to another phone.
I explained that I wanted an upgrade, but Apple wouldn’t allow it.
As the National National Recovery Administrator, I would have no power to prevent Apple from making the upgrade, so I explained to Apple that I could not afford to lose my iPhone because of this situation.
Apple said it would let me get my iPhone for free, and then Apple would let other people keep theirs.
I asked them to let me continue to use my iPhone, and they promised to do so, but I wanted a replacement iPhone as soon as possible.
Two days later, I called and emailed Apple and got an automated reply that said, Apple will be reviewing your plan and updating it for you, but the company wouldn’t be able to make an upgrade for me.
My iPhone 6 was still in the box, which meant that I was now the only one who could upgrade it.
I was aghast.
I had spent more than $1,000 in the Apple Store, at least, on two iPhone 6 models, but when I got home, I noticed that my iPhone 6 model was still there, but was not receiving any updates or updates.
I contacted Apple and asked if they could send me a replacement, but they said that they couldn’t do so because it was a new iPhone, which is why they had to review the plan and give me the new iPhone for me to upgrade to.
That left me with only one option: buy a new phone, and buy it from another manufacturer.
I didn’t want to have to pay an extra $1 or $2 for a new device, and the more expensive a device the more valuable it would seem.
For a few weeks, I kept trying to get a refund from Apple.
Finally, I got a call from an Apple employee, and he told me that I should contact the National Administration and ask to have my iPhone upgraded.
On the phone with the National administrator, Apple said that the phone was already being reviewed by Apple.
“They’re not going to be able make an [upgrade] for you,” he said.
“I’ve already paid $5,000 for my iPhone.”
I asked if he could make an offer to replace my iPhone.
I told him that I had no money to pay for it, so if he offered me $5 or $10 for it then I would be okay.
He said he could only make an offering of $15.
He explained that if I could find a replacement phone that would be able meet my needs, then I could go ahead and get it.
“That would be great,” I told Apple.
“But I’m not going there right now.”
“You’re not in the business of making deals,” he replied.
“You’re in the trade, so let me just tell you, the trade is on.
We can’t give you a discount because you have a different phone, so we’ll need to figure out a way to get you a different replacement.”
I told the National Administrator that I didn