I'll second that! Make sure to back it up first! Suck it up and take it in. It's very possible they will send it off and send you a refurbished one and that might only take a couple days.take to Apple store and pay the toll. Its gonna cost to have it fixed and you will be without your phone for a bit.
Yes they will. I was in there buying a case and a girl and her father looked upset as she was told "no" abut a matter. It wasn't until I saw her iPhone have a giant crack down the middle that I understood the situation.Apple will most likely not charge to replace it, atleast they werent a week ago.
I've heard a lot of people being given a loaner phone while theirs is in repair. It seems that they are given the 8gb model regardless of the size of the phone being repaired. Did you mean a loaner phone for free or an actual free phone to keep?I'll second that! Make sure to back it up first! Suck it up and take it in. It's very possible they will send it off and send you a refurbished one and that might only take a couple days.
This brings up something I was wondering about when I got my iPhone replaced. If they have to send it off, I would be without a phone. Now, normally when you sign up for new service with a two year contract you get a free phone or a better phone at a discount. I didn't get that with AT&T, and i'm assuming that was the same for other new iPhone customers. Are we not due for a free phone? If my iPhone had been sent off, couldn't I go to an AT&T store and ask for a free phone that I didn't get for signing up with them?
Yes Apple will replace damaged iPhones on a case by case by case basis.Uhh.. I've read of several people paying $250 (Apple) to have the glass replaced.
Free Glass for dropping your phone? Now THAT would be sweet.
Wouldn't Applecare be better than paying like State Farm? I mean, it is Apple.so if you have a crack or scratch in your screen, you can take it to Apple to fix it? I have a small scratch in my screen so i could pay Apple to fix it?
My coverage is $42.00 a year. It is a replacement policy so no "fixing" anything--they just give me a check and I go to the Apple Store and buy a new one!Wouldn't Applecare be better than paying like State Farm? I mean, it is Apple.
I could be wrong here but I would think paying Apple to insure my iPhone would be better than any other insurance company. What kind of $$$ are you paying State Farm anyways?
I dropped my phone and have 2 cracks in the glass Does anyone know how I would go about getting this fixed? Any help is greatly appreciated.