This is the sequel to Eventful Yet Not So Much. The first installment ended slightly on a cliffhanger? Luckily this part two has a happy ending! 🙂 Happy, but still expensive.
Went from work to the allergist to get my weekly shots so I can function outside of the house and with the future hubby’s kitty cat. It figured that the minute I park in the parking lot of the doctor’s office that the sky would open up and it would downpour on me. Had the fun task of driving in the rain (which seems to be one of the many situations where people, and I mean all people, forget how to drive!). Made it to the mall just in time for my Genius Bar appointment. Walked in and told the first employee I saw that I have an appointment to get my iPhone fixed. Sat at a table, and a guy who was much nicer than the employee I dealt with yesterday came over to help me. I was informed that it would cost me $199 to replace/fix my current phone. That’s where I had to add “…Well apparently on my Sprint account, I’m eligible for the iPhone 5 for $199… So… That’s probably what I’m going to do…” So after checking my Sprint account and confirming my statement, he sent me over to the front section of the store to wait for someone else to come help me. Got the iPhone 5, Apple Care (+$99) and a new case. $300 later….
After buying the new phone they move me to a third table where they moved all my apps, photos, contacts, etc. onto the new phone. Because of all the pictures I have of the Oz Monster, it took about 20 minutes, if not more. I was able to keep the old broken, not so broken (only the screen is cracked), iPhone 4S. The future hubby is in need of a new phone and I found online that you can buy a screen kit on Amazon for $12 – $50 depending on what you want to get and which iPhone you have. I did not trust myself to get that whole thing figured out and secretly I was wanting an upgrade if I could. So I’m looking at kits and should be able to tell all you wonderful people how that turns out!