Hey guys! Wanted an opinion on what happened to me this weekend. Went in to the Apple store downtown Montreal Canada to replace the battery. Wanted to do this before the discount ends in January. Prefacing this with the fact that the phone is just over a year old, has never been dropped or had more water on it than using in light rain. The genius took the phone and said to return after 2 hours, standard practice. Upon arriving back to pick it up, was met with a quick shot of water damage (some rust) to the underside (phone frame) of the Taptic Engine but no tripped sensors. They said they can’t work on it, this is fair so left. Upon arriving home it was realized that the Taptic Engine is now broken! There are no vibrations, no home button or force touch feedback, nothing. They did not tell me this when I left the store. Calling Apple support ends in a redirection to the store. Going to the store, a manager was all too happy to accept $500 for a complete replacement. Am I out of options? If it had not of been brought in, the phone would still be fully functional. They are hiding behind the fact that this “could’ve” happened with time, though clearly them opening it significantly sped up that process. What are their policies on leaving with a phone in worse condition than when it was brought in? Thanks!