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Discussion in 'iPhone Tips, Help and Troubleshooting' started by acfusion29, Mar 18, 2008.
So I got a used iPhone, and there's something under the screen.
How do I get rid of this?
Can't you take it to a store to the genius bar and have them deal with it? Do you know what is under it?
I'm in Canada, so I can't.
If I do go, do they ask for my number and stuff to get it replaced/fixed?
It's just under the top glass, but on top of the actual screen. It's not a dead pixel either.
Not sure-- I think (and I may be wrong) if they replace it, they may ask for a number to activate it....but maybe someone who has gotten their phone replaced could clarify?
It seems to be the dreaded air bubble...
If it looks like a bubble trapped between the glass and the LCD, you have the much-feared iphone flaw (the worst flaw of all?). As far as I know, the only thing you can do is to try to get the phone replaced. I couldn't find anyone that can fix these thing.
they'll run your serial number to see if the phone was activated with AT&T
was it at one point do you know? they don't track inactivations(?), just the inital activation.