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Discussion in 'iPad' started by zooby, Dec 19, 2013.
You need to post pictures as I do not understand what you are describing.
Neither do I. Pictures OP.
No. If it's working fine, it's working fine.
If it were to stop working after you dropped it on the floor, then it'd be on you to buy a new charger. Damage from dropping is not a manufacturing defect and thus not Apple's responsibility.
If there is no significant physical damage, then OP can simply tell the charger stopped working without mentioning he/she have dropped it
Better yet, the OP could just wander through the store and shoplift a couple extra chargers. Same thing, right?
Much better idea!
Terribly sorry, I must have misread the original post and interpreted "return" as intending to warranty-exchange the charger if it'd broken.
Original question answered at the start of my post. If it's working, it's fine.
As for any scolding, that would only apply if you were actually intending to do something unsavory. If the shoe doesn't fit, you needn't wear it. What I do or don't do regarding any other perceived injustices is irrelevant. (tu quoque fallacy)
No. A power brick should able to handle drops... I drop my power brick many times and it still works.
If there is no physical damage and it not working, OP should go for exchange. One drop should not damage the power brick..