Thank you oldturkey03 for your answer!
You really helped me a lot. Thanks quite a bunch!
I'm really glad this system of q&a works so well and
that I now just can proceed to get the best replacement
part for my new iPhone 4 (of the best quality) at an
awarded store, with a solid reputation, and that -
furthermore - ships to the old continent.
Too bad that having bought a new iPhone 4 at a store
doesn't guarantee that you always get a well working one.
In my case it was a defective one right from the start.
The darn thing keeps shutting down and turning on
again by itself every time I use it. And Apple of course
doesn't want to replace it with a new phone, but offers
a refurbished one without charge. I just bought this
phone little more that two months ago, and now I should
settle for a "recycled" phone? I know that refurbished means "just
as good as new", but still . . .
With all the money they make, and the fact that I bought
the phone new and it was malfunctioning from the earliest
moment (so the fault is clearly of the factory that build it or
the hardware testing department of Apple), they at least
should give you a brand new phone that does work like
you are entitled to expect.
Then, in that case, I prefer to take my chances with
exchanging the battery.
Thanks again oldturkey03 and good luck to the all
of yah too!
Grand Maverick 82