Spot the deliberate mistake?
Same table, not moved. Used to show level on my old iPhone 5.
I am not sure these new iPhone 5S's are on the level.
Chatting to their support now - had all sorts of reset settings, set true north, power off and on, etc.
Lets see what else they suggest.
Update: Nice grammar?
iPhone 5S not on the level
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You are not holding it right....ReplyDelete
The grammar. It hurts.ReplyDelete
Apparently I'm lucky, mine appears to only be about 1 degree out :SReplyDelete
It's their new patented curved surface. Like an actual flat surface, but with rounded edges so things still fall off.ReplyDelete
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Looks like Julia's is out by 1 degree tooReplyDelete
For the explanation look here: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/10/18/iphone_5_teardown_shows_faulty_leveling/ReplyDelete