Relatively annoyed

SUN11

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jun 30, 2010
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Hi Everyone,

So I am relatively annoyed that my IP 4 has scratches. I treat it like a little baby. I've dropped it once or twice but have a cover that keeps protected. I don't leave it hanging around other objects or anything. Nor do I let anything scratch it. What could have caused this? And does anyone know of anything that will make these scratches GO AWAY? It's all I think about when I begin using the phone even though I can't see or feel the scratches when the phone is on. But when it is off and I hold it under sunlight, looks absolutely terrible. :mad: Any advice? Thanks for your input.
 

Sleazy E

macrumors 65816
Nov 24, 2009
1,022
1
Disneyland
You have dropped it once or twice and have no idea why there are scratches? Seriously? I have never dropped my iPhone 3G and certainly not my ip4. A lot of you on here are very careless it seems.
 

SUN11

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jun 30, 2010
15
0
You have dropped it once or twice and have no idea why there are scratches? Seriously? I have never dropped my iPhone 3G and certainly not my ip4. A lot of you on here are very careless it seems.
I've dropped my 3GS so many more times and there was not one scratch on it. Besides when it dropped, the screen actually never hit the floor. And how does a drop on the floor create such tiny hairline scratches? that's my problem.
 

SDub90

macrumors 6502a
Nov 9, 2009
685
3
Long Island
I was pretty annoyed when my case scratched my replacement iphone 30 seconds after I picked it up. There was a little tiny speck of dirt in the case and put this thin half inch line on the back. Irritating, but it was going to happen eventually anyway.
 

shinenjk

macrumors regular
Jul 23, 2008
202
1
Boston, MA
Hi Everyone,

So I am relatively annoyed that my IP 4 has scratches. I treat it like a little baby. I've dropped it once or twice but have a cover that keeps protected. I don't leave it hanging around other objects or anything. Nor do I let anything scratch it. What could have caused this? And does anyone know of anything that will make these scratches GO AWAY? It's all I think about when I begin using the phone even though I can't see or feel the scratches when the phone is on. But when it is off and I hold it under sunlight, looks absolutely terrible. :mad: Any advice? Thanks for your input.
It's called normal wear & tear... aka MAGIC.
 

whocaresit

macrumors 6502a
Jul 18, 2010
618
10
Hi Everyone,

So I am relatively annoyed that my IP 4 has scratches. I treat it like a little baby. I've dropped it once or twice but have a cover that keeps protected. I don't leave it hanging around other objects or anything. Nor do I let anything scratch it. What could have caused this? And does anyone know of anything that will make these scratches GO AWAY? It's all I think about when I begin using the phone even though I can't see or feel the scratches when the phone is on. But when it is off and I hold it under sunlight, looks absolutely terrible. :mad: Any advice? Thanks for your input.
Rub some salt over the scratches. It works like magic and they will vanish :cool:
 

BlondeBuddhist

macrumors 6502a
Jun 7, 2010
560
0
Hi Everyone,

So I am relatively annoyed that my IP 4 has scratches. I treat it like a little baby. I've dropped it once or twice but have a cover that keeps protected. I don't leave it hanging around other objects or anything. Nor do I let anything scratch it. What could have caused this? And does anyone know of anything that will make these scratches GO AWAY? It's all I think about when I begin using the phone even though I can't see or feel the scratches when the phone is on. But when it is off and I hold it under sunlight, looks absolutely terrible. :mad: Any advice? Thanks for your input.
Remind me to never let you hold my kid :D

I've dropped mine twice now (once I was chasing my son at the mall, the other switching the vibrate off in the rain). It's cased with the Belkin Vue and not a single mark.
Guess my Karma is on point.

Blonde Buddhist
 
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