Post a picture of your broken/partially broken apple product

Revomonster

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Feb 10, 2010
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Post a picture of your broken and or your partially broken apple product that may still be working. This is mine. My trackpad had something drop on it, and the top layer of the glass is not broken, but the lower layers are, but yet it still continues to work. Has been working for several months. No problems. Sorry about the low quality. Taken with my Touch.
 

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iBreatheApple

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Sep 3, 2011
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It's completely my fault. I was jogging around the neighborhood and so I stopped to "untwirl" the headphone cord and decide to let my phone dangled while I pinched my fingers down the cord. Now, I was over the grass, but at the very edge, and it was sloped so when the phone let go of the jack it did fall on to the grass but then flipped forward on to the concrete. Stupid.
 

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wwooden

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Jul 26, 2004
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Burlington, VT
It's completely my fault. I was jogging around the neighborhood and so I stopped to "untwirl" the headphone cord and decide to let my phone dangled while I pinched my fingers down the cord. Now, I was over the grass, but at the very edge, and it was sloped so when the phone let go of the jack it did fall on to the grass but then flipped forward on to the concrete. Stupid.
Easy fix. Can be replaced in less than minute.
 

iBreatheApple

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Sep 3, 2011
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Easy fix. Can be replaced in less than minute.
Oh I did. Got an "OEM" for $35. Couldn't tell a difference. The only thing I noticed was the ID on the back had a 'B' at the end instead of an 'A'. That was my iPhone 4, though. I now have the 4S.
 

wwooden

macrumors 68000
Jul 26, 2004
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Burlington, VT
Oh I did. Got an "OEM" for $35. Couldn't tell a difference. The only thing I noticed was the ID on the back had a 'B' at the end instead of an 'A'. That was my iPhone 4, though. I now have the 4S.
I wish when I dropped my phone that it was the back that cracked. I had to replace the front assembly myself on my iPhone 4 last summer: wasn't that difficult, just took time to do it right. Saved me $150 over having Apple replace the phone.