A completely selfish thread my apologies! Am I wrong for feeling slightly miffed about being quoted to pay £177.27 + 20% VAT for my faulty (less than 1 year old) iPhone being repaired/replaced (the original fault being that it had a faulty signal, dropping calls constantly, after all troubleshooting steps) - due to 1 of the pins in the iPhone lightning connector being bent (which I was of course unaware of)? Apple said this means my iPhone 5 isn't covered under the 1 year warranty - this out of warranty figure (£177.27 + 20% VAT) is the same they would for a cracked screen etc. I am disappointed as this firstly was definitely not foreseen by me, I have simply used it regularly, with the official Apple USB cable. It is not like I have dropped the phone accidentally, or caused some damage by my own fault etc. And secondly the broken pin is independent of the actual fault/issue I have sent the iPhone in for. Would you feel the same as me if you were in my shoes? Or am I being unreasonable? Again just curious, thanks.