iPhone/iPad Issues

alexrat1996

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Alex, you are the unluckiest guy I've ever seen.......or you're just bored and looking for attention here
Not attention I'm unlucky but the phone works only the screen protector they installed has a tiny bubble near the front facing camera
 

alexrat1996

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Especially to two separate devices. I've read so many of his other threads on here and other forums that I'm immediately suspicious and skeptical.
One of the Apple Stores did give me an iPhone 7 with bent pins then they were almost going to charge me 100 dollars to get it replace under one of my accidental damages on Apple care plus the next day luckily the manager waived the 100 dollars off for me
 

alexrat1996

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#43
Is this a dead pixel or dust under my iPhone 7 screen this showed up after they installed a new screen protector at Apple Store
 

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Europa

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#44
Is this a dead pixel or dust under my iPhone 7 screen this showed up after they installed a new screen protector at Apple Store
It looks like it's a bubble or dusk speck under the screen protector.
 

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I was just trying to get you to make your own decision.
According to the other person it's dust not a dead pixel that's why I was asking so I don't make a genius apt and just get the belkin screen guard replaced
 

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#50
Should I take it back to the Apple Store
I wouldn't. But I wouldn't use a screen protoctor in the first place. I know you won't be able to live with it, so take it back and have a new one out on. Inspect it for a long time before you leave the store so you know it's perfect and won't have to get it replaced again.
 
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#51
According to the other person it's dust not a dead pixel that's why I was asking so I don't make a genius apt and just get the belkin screen guard replaced
I agree with the other person. Since it appeared right after having a screen protector installed, it's likely a piece of dirt or dust. Screen protectors don't cause dead pixels.
 

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I agree with the other person. Since it appeared right after having a screen protector installed, it's likely a piece of dirt or dust. Screen protectors don't cause dead pixels.
That's true it showed after they installed the screen guard. It can't be a dead pixel but I tried dead pixel apps it looks like dust but who know only Apple Store can tell.
 

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That's true it showed after they installed the screen guard. It can't be a dead pixel but I tried dead pixel apps it looks like dust but who know only Apple Store can tell.
Demand a brand new phone when you get there...
 

alexrat1996

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You don't need a new phone. Just have the screen protector replaced.
Done that but I told genius what was there and it was a spec of dust. He replaced it screen protector I checked it twice but when I went home the same spec of dust is still there. What should I do this time ??
 

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Done that but I told genius what was there and it was a spec of dust. He replaced it screen protector I checked it twice but when I went home the same spec of dust is still there. What should I do this time ??
The dust speck is under the LCD, have Apple replace the LCD.......... seriously?!!! Hahahaa
 

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It's looks like dust and are you sure it's under the LCD
Remove your screen protector and tell us if you can still see the dust speck under your LCD in your lighting at your house since it can't be seen at the Apple Store. If you don't want to take off the screen protector, don't reply to this thread and don't ask any more questions about this. There's no other way to know for sure if there is a speck of dust under your LCD.
 

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Done that but I told genius what was there and it was a spec of dust. He replaced it screen protector I checked it twice but when I went home the same spec of dust is still there. What should I do this time ??
Then you didn't check it very well, obviously. Or it's that damn anti dust speck lighting Apple stores have... :LOL: