I made a post about an iPad Air I had purchased through eBay a few days back and everything seemed good until I enabled the volume, here is the thread I had made: http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1726288 So the volume of the iPad Air seems to static and the speakers, which are located at the bottom of the iPad make the iPad Air vibrate/shake and static when using the volume at a low to normal level, or at any level for that matter. Funny thing is, I plugged in headphones to see what would happen and everything seemed to be fine, there was no static or vibration. After I unplugged the headphones the static and vibrations stopped, and haven't had it happen since. My concern is now that I'm worried. I contacted he eBayer in regards to this issue and he was extremely kind, he said he would be willing to pay for my repair, or I could receive a full refund. Some options: 1. Try and Exchange for New one I registered this product just yesterday, it was brand new and the plastic wrapper that came wrapped up in the iPad Air is still on the iPad. I made an appointment with an Apple genius for today and I was wondering if they would be willing to exchange it for a new one? take in mind I don't have a receipt since I purchased this through eBay. 2. Full Refund Just send it back and don't deal with this anymore? 3. Get it repaired I can get it repaired through Apple, but is the product the same once repaired and doesn't it take weeks for me to get my iPad back? By the way, I'm still under warranty: Repairs and Service Coverage: Active Your product is covered for eligible hardware repairs and service under Apple's Limited Warranty. Estimated Expiration Date: April 16, 2015 Kind of asking for suggestions on what to do, thanks guys.