Hi guys, I have an iPod Touch 32gb 4th gen which I bought from my local apple store. The return date as stated on the receipt is the 23rd of Sept. It's been used briefly a couple of times but it's now sat in the box with all its packaging in 'as new' condition. My question is, would it be possible for me to walk into the apple store in the morning and ask to exchange it for an iphone 4 (stock permitting) despite the fact that the return date is a month overdue? I don't like carrying the ipod touch and phone together. I need a decent phone with maps, apps etc and this seems like the best way to get £250 off an iphone without having to sell the ipod separately (at a loss). Do stores strictly stick to the 14 day return policy or is there any wiggle room (ie could they enter it into the system as a warranty return or something similar)? I know I should have done this within the 14 day window but I've been really busy and didn't consider the iPhone 4 at the time. Thanks.