Okay... so I've had this refurbished 1st Gen iPhone that I got from eBay for a couple of months now. I noticed that the glass on the front wasn't placed centered within the chrome border. It's crooked so one side is smashed up against the chrome and the other side has a gap. Normally, this type of thing wouldn't bother me because it's very hard to see, but the problem is... if I wipe my iPhone with my shirt, tiny pieces of fiber get stuck in the side where the glass is mashed up against the chrome... then I have to sit there and carefully try to pull the little fibers out and it's very tedious and annoying. Is there anything I can do to make it stop? From my understanding... the glass is glued to the screen on the 1st Gen iPhone. Does anyone else have this problem? By the way, it's still under warranty but, I doubt Apple would take it back for something as stupid as this. It just really sucks having to pick fibers out of the crack between the glass and the bezel.