I have had this problem on my AT&T ipad3, when I get to Michigan I have to turn off Lte and set it to set time manually. Still on IOS 5.x.Meh, known carrier problem, probably something similar happening to iPhone 5.
Funny you bring this up. I brought the kids to visit my parents and my mother bought the boys these really cool snoopy analogue watches precisely because she was worried that they might growing up without being able to instinctively read an analogue clock.
Looks a lot like the American railroad watch my dad has. Its a Buliva with this cool tuning fork based movement, except the second hand doesn't have the ball on the end.I bet it was less about money and more about having Apple acknowledge their original design. I am glad it was settled amicably.
The banks computer system recognized something was wrong and froze my account.Of course I called the customer service number, but they had just closed.So I had the fun of watching my account take three big hits as web banking updated.Yes the bank credited my account. What pissed me off was no call, message or warning.Luckily I found out while at the grocery store. Later this week, I am taking a 900 mile trip to see family. Can you imagine being stuck, unable to fill up,...
I used to feel the same. This week someone stole my debit card number. I had the joy of watching my account magically shrink in $500 increments. About 4 months ago it happened to my wife. For me, the risk out weighs the conviance, so cash from now on.
*I was replying to the comment about someone returning a iPad multiple times because of display problems.
I returned one iPad 3,the screen had yellow and pink blotches. Many of the store displays did as well, harder to see in the bright light with screen display at max. Heck, the kids iPad 2's have better, brighter and more even backlighting.
Apple uses high quality, high tech components, that doesn't mean that occasionally shitty and defective stuff doesn't sneak out...