Here you go

19 11 2018

when the moment came
you didn’t love your iPhone.

Screen repair – Other damage – Model

• $329 599 XS Max
• $279 549 XS
• $279 549 X
• $169 399 8 Plus
• $149 349 8
• $169 349 7 Plus
• $149 319 7
• $169 329 6s Plus
• $149 299 6s
• $149 329 6 Plus
• $129 299 6
• $129 269 SE
• $129 269 5/c/s
• $199 199 4s
• $149 149 4
• $149 149 3G, 3GS

All prices are in US dollars and are subject to tax. We’ll add a $6.95 shipping fee if we need to ship your iPhone. If we need to replace your iPhone, the replacement will be new or equivalent to new. If your original iPhone was severely damaged by accident or abuse, you might have to pay the full replacement value.

Yours, Apple.

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A sad day

12 11 2018

During my visit to Germany I contacted the Apple Support at 11:00 am via the chat function of the app to replace the battery of my iPhone 6s Plus. A very very friendly chat partner made an appointment for me at the Genius Bar for 1:50 pm.

An also very very friendly employee at the Apple Store Cologne took my iPhone at 1:50 pm and told me to come back at 4:30 pm to pick up the device.

3 hours?

Nobody told me that it’ll took 3 hours.

After some coffees downtown I returned to the store and again a very very friendly employee told me that Apple refused to replace my battery because of safety concerns.


My device got an original Apple spare part 7 months ago from a non-authorized professional repair shop. They did their job in a good and workmanlike manner.

I asked Apple what to do now. They told me they can’t do anything. They won’t repair my device any longer even if the display or the Home Button would be damaged. And yes, they confirmed that the battery was an original Apple battery but it wasn’t replaced by Apple or an authorized repair shop. How did they notice it? Whatever.

Because of safety concerns?

Why did they open the device although they would expose potential buyers, visitors and employees to jeopardy?

Thank you, Apple.

Suvarnabhumi Airport

9 11 2018

Suvarnabhumi Airport
(Thai ท่าอากาศยานสุวรรณภูมิ)
An Asian El Dorado for photographers

I just returned home from visiting my sons and grandchildren in Germany. The first touchdown in Thailand is always Suvarnabhumi Airport.

The result of Helmut Jahn’s vision of Thailand’s biggest airport is a structure with performance materials serve in their total composition and in use more than in their conventional roles. This maximizes daylight use in comfort with substantial energy life-cycle cost savings. The installed cooling system reduced up to 50 percent compared to a conventional system. A translucent membrane with three layers was developed to mediate between the interior and exterior climate, dealing with noise and temperature transmission, while still allowing natural flow of daylight into building.

Helmut Jahn is a Chicago-based German-American architect, known for designs such as the Sony Center in Berlin, Germany, the One Liberty Place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and the Suvarnabhumi Airport, the international airport in Bangkok, Thailand.

Shot taken with my iPhone 6s Plus.

Great device since 3 years. Love it.
There’s no need to upgrade. I just replace the battery every year because it groans with pain in the hot and moisty subtropical environment.

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