most likely, Apple will offer you a refurbished iPhone v1 for $250.You should at least take it in to an Apple store if you can to see what they could do. They might be able to offer you a repair that's cheaper than buying a new one. You could get their repair quote and check around first to see if it would be cheaper to do it yourself or send it somewhere to get it replaced. Here's an example of a 3rd-party repair option to get a new screen (never used them myself, just Googled them a minute ago), so there are options out there.
I knew I had see it somewhere. At first I was thinking the Saw movies,but decided that wasn't right.It's the Guy Fawkes mask from "V For Vendetta."
I remember celebrating Guy Fawkes Day as a kid in England. We'd shoot off fireworks, burn an effigy of Guy Fawkes ("The Guy") and generally have a lot of fun...
very good info, if you have time it would be great if you would write up a how to or maybe make a video for youtube on how or what you did, it could definitely help some people in the futureSo after looking into my problem more thoroughly I discovered that there is a software fix. It involves jailbreaking the phone and modifying some *.plist files in order to manually change the sensitivity of the touchscreen using the openSSH app. After toying with this all morning I have a fully functional phone! The only annoyance is that I have to tap slightly above the desired location on the touchscreen. But I think this will be okay until the new iPhone comes out next month