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I have 3 Belkin WeMo mini plugs, and 2 WeMo in-wall dimmer switches. None require a hub, as all have WiFi and have been working fine for about 6 months now. My house is almost 100 years old. The WeMo app itself seems to have difficulty in connecting, but the apple Home app where everything is a registered accessory, rarely has any connection issues. The WeMo app checks and updates firmware when needed, and allows more complex rules. Overall I'm happy with them.
beowulfschmidt said:It just gets worse...
Like an iceberg, I suspect we've only seen the tip.
Also via the web - https://getsupport.apple.com/
select the repair -> battery replacement - then there's an option for "reserve a battery".
You will be prompted for your phones IMEI/MEID and you will be notified when the battery is in stock and to come in for the replacement.
This will save the hassle of coming in, diagnosing, and finding that there's no battery in stock, and to have to come back later. So this eliminates an extra visit/time.
My own experience (before this was available) was 3 trips - 1 for diagnose, place an order for iPhone 6 battery due to out of stock, return a second several days later to drop off phone for repair, then next day to pickup (as I didn't want to wait the 4 hour turnaround)
This should eliminate the first trip, saving my time (and Apple employee support time),