I've got a launch day 4S, and I love it. I've been waiting for the 5S as part of the natural upgrade cycle. My 4S still does everything it needs to, and I like the feel of it in my hand. Couple days ago it took a small 2 foot tumble on concrete, so it has a chip on the corner. Other than that, the camera shutter won't open. Apple wanted $80 to replace the camera, I declined since I figured I'd be selling soon to upgrade to the 5S. Other than that, the battery is starting to show it's age, and I've started to experience a couple general hiccups with the device, as I notice these things seldom make it two full years without issue. So I just got to thinking in the last five minutes, would it be possible to go get a new 4S from Apple for $200, then get a fresh, flawless device with a new lease on life, a new battery, a working camera, and then keep it beyond the upgrade and skip the 5S altogether? I figure I could get a brand new (refurb) phone for not much, and not have to sign a new contract to upgrade, so it's kind of the best of both worlds. Obviously I could pay full price for a 5S, but I'm not dropping that kind of money on a phone. Can I do that at Apple or does the phone have to be in worse shape/non functional?