I was replacing the battery in my iPhone 4 last night when this fell out...
I couldn't work out where it came from, and reassembled the phone. All seemed well, but today I've noticed the GSM signal is very weak, often dropping out completely.
I'm guessing the part might be something to do with the antenna. Can anyone advise how/where to put it back?
I Live in the UK, and was going to get a friend to bring an unlocked iPhone 5S when she visits me later in the month as it would save me over £100.
Could I get one of these Virgin Mobile phones and use my own GSM sim?
Do Virgin require you buy a month of service before you can activate?
Could I use it on GSM networks without activating it with Virgin?
Or just get an unlocked phone from Apple? (Although these appear to be sold as T-Mobile phones, would any of the...
I use Mountain Lion screen sharing between my MacBook Pro and Mac Mini on my local network, but it's achingly slow and constantly asks for authentication. The computers are only about 4 feet away from each other on an 'n' network. Any ideas why?