I purchased a first gen iPad yesterday and to my surprise there was a large speck of dust smack dab in the middle of the screen. So today I decided to set up an appointment and go in and get it exchanged. They exchanged it no problem and identified it was a problem. I get home, with the new exchanged iPad and wow sprinkled dust under the screen on the top right, very apparent when using the iPad outside. So I decide to setup an appointment and go back again. Now I am at the store and the Apple employee takes a look at it and does see the dust but says its minor. I said outside it is very bad. He said he will go check the stock for replacement and came out with this line (in bold, below) and put it in the service confirmation: Issue Verified: Yes Known Liquid Damage: No Issue: Dust particles upper right of display. Second time swapping for same issue on different iPad. Let Cx know this is the last time will swap for repeat issue. Steps To Reproduce: Verified at bar Proposed Resolution: Swap Cosmetic Condition: New Here is the first service confirmation: Issue Verified: Yes Known Liquid Damage: No Issue: There is duest under the display glass. Steps To Reproduce: Verified by a visual inspection. Proposed Resolution: Swap iPad Cosmetic Condition: Like new. I told him that I am very dissapointed in how this is even possible that this is my last exchange for this issue. I said this is not my fault and a manufacturing issue. He said he cannot keep exchanging iPads to find one that does not have an issue with dust. I understand if it is very minor, but my issues were very apparent and bothersome to even use the iPad. My question is can they even do this!? What if I get dust problems later down the road, within my 1 year warranty, this leaves me with a useless warranty? Can corporate do something?