So I had an iPad 2 to repair (cracked digitizer) which I did the entire repair job correctly. I gave it back to the client and was paid for it, and apparently it has since started to malfunction. (touches random areas while she isn't even touching the screen) - I assume to be a defected digitizer, but she said she doesn't want to waste any more time on replacing it again, so she wants to just take it in to Apple. Apple doesn't repair these, all they do is replace them, and since she isn't (and wasn't) under warranty, she would be paying 250 to give them hers and they would just replace it with a different model. My question is, will Apple still do this even though it's been repaired now? It's been opened up. I know that opening it disrupts any kind of warranty, but how does it work with this being out of warranty? She would still be paying them 250, as well as giving them her current iPad, for another one. To be completely honest, I'm not even sure they would know the screen wasn't the original, but at the same time I wouldn't expect or ask my client to lie to them about it. I just don't want them to turn her away.