Hey guys, Sorry to make my first post asking a question but I plan to contribute lots to the forum once I become more familiar with it. Today, for no apparent reason, the bottom-third of my iPhone has stopped working. It works visually, but when I attempt to touch the screen it won't register the pressure of my finger. Therefore I'm not able to "Slide to unlock" or use any of the 4 dock buttons. I've had my iPhone since September 2007 so it's still covered by the 1 year Apple limited warranty. I've never unlocked my iphone and I have a contract with AT&T, though I have jailbroken it a few times in the past. I've done all the basic things I can think of to fix it such as: Restart, reset, restore, and charge... My plan is to send it off to apple, or take it to a local Apple store. Though I don't know if I should wait or not. Because I know that the 3G iPhone, or at least a new version of the iPhone, will be talked about at the WWDC and possibly released. Anyways enough gabbling, now that you have some background here's my concern / question. First, what do you think Apple will do-fix or give me a new iPhone? I've read that people with similar problems which have been sent to be fix, have gotten back a new iPhone all together. Now if they actually do give me a new iPhone do you think it will be one of the new iPhones... assuming they are released at the WWDC. Since they have stopped production of the old iPhones, or so I've read. All-in-all what should I do, wait to see what is released at the WWDC and try my luck at just getting a new iPhone or just send it off to be it fixed because I wouldn't have a shot at getting one. Thanks in Advance! Kind Regards, Rich N. P.S. If this is the incorrect forum section I'm truly sorry. I tried my best to find the most appropriate placement for this post.