Apple has said that if you are having problems with your new iPhone 4 you can send it back if it is undamaged. If they are only accepting undamaged iPhones 4's will they not be recirculating those "problem phones" back to the public as new iPhones? I have heard that some work and others do not. So the chance of getting a "new" one that is not working seems to have just gone up quite a bit. I don't think Apple tells you if it is a returned phone when they resell it, do they? Or will they just use these unsatisfied customers returned phones as replacement phones for future warranty defect replacements? Anyway, perhaps I will wait a few months for this to all work itself out and perhaps fixed new unreturned iPhone 4's are being sold. Any thoughts?