So I just had my iPhone replaced by Apple about two weeks ago because a button on the side stopped functioning. Then, last night, while charging my iPhone (I'm currently on Spring Break visiting some friends at Mizzou) my iPhone was plugged into a usb-power charger (not connected to my mac) and was placed on a table next to the pull-out sofa I was sleeping on. One of my friends had come down to get something to eat in the middle of the night and tripped on the cord which cause it to fall on a very small patch of tile flooring and of course shatter the screen. The iPhone still works, just very ugly to look at and a real downer considering it's only 2 weeks old. So here comes the big question: First off, I'm taking it to an apple store to see if they can do anything about it for free considering it's only two weeks old and maybe someone will take pity on me (VERY doubtful). But, do I spend the $250 + tax (prob. $265) getting the screen replaced by Apple. Get a third party business to replace the screen for probably less, consequently voiding my warranty. Or do I wait until June to see if there in fact WILL be a new iPhone and save my 200-something dollars and put it towards a new one?