Hello. I can't believe my bad luck I swear! I just feel like crying. I had a Samsung Galaxy S3, and I traded it for an iPhone 4s. I shouldn't have done that. My Samsung Galaxy S3 was practically new. I tested the phone (except headphone jack), and everything was working fine. I got home, and added all my music. I was going to listen to music with my headphones, and the sound sounds distorted. I reset the iPhone, changed volume levels of my songs, and right now I'm going to restore the phone. My internet is being slower than usual, and the Software Update should be done downloading in an hour. First off the phone has a Vapor Pro case, and the guy didn't even give me the wrench to remove the case. The case is nice though. I want to clean everything though. I bought some small hex wrenches, and even the smallest one is too big for the case. I bought the wrench online, so who knows when I'll get it in the mail. I checked the serial number online, and it's 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: October 18, 2012 Can I just take it to an Apple store, and have them fix it? Would I have to show proof of purchase? I don't have one because I traded phones. How long would it take them to fix it? I seriously can't believe my bad luck. I feel like screaming/crying. lkjdflkjdflkhdflhk!!!