Hi I own a Sena Ultraslim leather case for iPhone, that I purchased around this time last year. Recently, the inner lining of the case has peeled off causing the phone's screen to rub up against the rough leather surface. Now, I went into to the Apple Store to investigate and it turns out that it's a manufacturer defect as newer models have stitching on the opening in order to prevent this peeling. According to Apple, as it's a third-party product, they don't honour the warranty. Looking at the receipt, it says nothing of the sort other than clearly stating "warranty effective through Feb 18 2010". I've approached the manufacturer and they have no problems replacing it for free. However, they're based in the US and it'll cost TWICE the value of the case to FedEx it out there. So, unless they pay for me, which they say they won't, that's not an option. Now, I'm not sure about this "third party" thing, because, if you think about it, 99% of all products in your average high street shop are third party products, right? GAME have no issues with taking in consoles that break down under the age of 12 months, so why should Apple have an issue with this? Investigating the Sales of Goods Act 1979, while these stores aren't obliged to replace the case, they DO have a responsibility to compensate for any third-party repair or replacement costs. So, your legal advice please - what can I do?! Pictures are attached for your viewing pleasure! Thanks!