What gets me is how an entity can be investigated without reasonable suspicion of wrong doing. Because the company is targeted by an agenda driven press or political action figure does not feel like good cause.
This is great news. Once upon a time, I purchased a not so cheap Nokia (from a Nokia store) in Stockholm that went bad on me in Melbourne. I was told I had to ship it back to Sweden.
Now if I can just figure out why that IOS 7 upgrade didn't waterproof my iPhone 5 like the Interwebs said it would...
I have to thank you cause I saw the mess you ran into and instead of doing the over-the-air version, I went straight to the plug into iTunes and did the restore. A few of my AppleTVs were running dev beta already and couldn't be upgraded except by the Restore method.Apple really screwed the pooch on this one. Hope you get a satisfactory resolution.
1. Plug the micro-usb into the AppleTV2. Plug the power cord into the AppleTV3. iTunes will mount the device and you'll see it under Devices like a CD or iPhone.4. Select it and the Summary tab will offer one option - Restore5. Accept License Agreement and wait for the download and restore.Edit http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4367?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US explains it better cause it covers all gens. Gen1 was power before usb cable I think.
A compromise would be to permit the user to select their own value according to carrier agreed to recommended levels. Include a no limit with a one-time warning for people like us that select unlimited. I too am unlimited on iPhone and iPad.Edit: Oops, didn't see your later post until.... later.