Okay folks, the other night I was using my iPhone, and noticed that for some reason, it was unusually difficult to press the sleep/wake button, like the button was barely sticking out from the plastic. Upon further inspection, I noticed a *gasp* hole (almost cone shaped) behind the button on the right side. "What!?" I thought. "How did this get here?" Just hours before, the phone was hole-free. Well, its been 24 hours, and I still have no idea how it got there. I have not dropped, scratched, or damaged my iPhone at all, in fact, I have not even brought it outside for about 3 days since the only time I've left my house (currently at a summer home) was to go buy food, and I didn't need the phone so I didn't bring it. The hole is quite small, but disconcerting nonetheless. I was talking to someone about it, and they said that during manufacturing if one part of the case is not strong enough, even if it is a tiny point, that area can crumble or break in the future if put under even the slightest pressure. So my guess is that that tiny part of the casing was not made 100% properly, and it simply broke, leaving a small hole behind. I'm worried about what future consequences this little hole might bring if I don't exchange the phone, since it is now much more prone to water damage, etc, since the hole goes into the phone (not a dent, it actually goes all the way through!). Here are some pictures. What should I do?