Why, doesn't he have vehicle insurance?Samsung needs to just eat the cost and make the guy happy, the backlash would costs them a lot more than the jeep.
It's not a minor hassle. Getting a new phone is always a struggle, not at first, not at the store, but latter for days after, trying to get everything set back up, all your data in place. For every new thing your new phone can do that's so cool, there always seems to be something you loose that you really miss.I know a guy that owns a Note 7 and refuses to trade it in. I was like, WTF??
they were told they could swap out the phone in 2 weeks. This is why IMHO discounts for turning in your older phone should not be taken advantage of and everyone should keep a spare for when the new model gets broke or recalled for me if i had picked up a note 7 i could have gone back to my note 3 or moto x pure till this shit got sorted.It's OK to ignore the recall though, because you know yolo.
It's his fault for using a known fire hazard though? That's definitely one way that the insurer may look at it. I dunno, what to think personally. It's been all over the news. It's not like he couldn't have gotten a burner for the few weeks wait to get a non-fire hazard replacement.Why, doesn't he have vehicle insurance?
He wasn't doing anything that was unreasonable, (with the small exception that the phone had a known problem with exploding). His insurance should pick up the tab, not Samsung. Let the Insurance company go haggle with Samsung over it if they want.
The straight 6 is garbage compared to the 3.6l v6. I had a 2006 wrangler with the inline 6 and I now have a 2013 with the 3.6l and there is no comparison. Anyone who prefers the i6 has never driven a jeep with the 3.6l v6.Straight 6 or V6/V8? Cause if it isn't a straight 6 then it's not a loss.
I have my Note 7 in front of me, as much as I like it I'm probably going to return it and continue to use my Note 4. The Note 7 is definitely nicer overall but I used the IR blaster all the time and I don't really want to be spending the extra money on my phone bill every month because I didn't pay for it all at once. That and I can root the Note 4 now to make it faster with a custom ROM whereas my brand new Note 7 lags already even though it's brand new.Really happy I didnt get a Note 7 now. The Note 4 has the IR Blaster which is too useful to ditch.
Comparing apples to oranges.. The straight 6 that everyone was referring to in this thread ceased production I think around 2007/2009. You are referring to the 3.6L Pentastar engine. (wrangler, cherokee, grand cherokee) Yes, more power... A lot harder to work on. I have had the 4.7L in my 2004 vs the I6. Consensus is the I6 is way less maintenance needy.The straight 6 is garbage compared to the 3.6l v6. I had a 2006 wrangler with the inline 6 and I now have a 2013 with the 3.6l and there is no comparison. Anyone who prefers the i6 has never driven a jeep with the 3.6l v6.
If you owned one, you will know most of the reports are from users that charged their phones either with third party cables or left them on the charger for many hours.I know a guy that owns a Note 7 and refuses to trade it in. I was like, WTF??
quick charging also triggered itIf you owned one, you will know most of the reports are from users that charged their phones either with third party cables or left them on the charger for many hours.
So long as we use the included charger and take them off when fully charged, there's no issue until our replacements arrive.
The Jeep owner knew there was a recall and decide to leave it in a hot car or with the car running to overcharge it. I hope the car payments keep coming.