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Can it be fixed? Dent in Iphone

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I managed to put a dent in the metal/silver part which frames the screen of my iphone. Its small, but still noticable.

Does anyone know of anywhere that I can get this fixed, in the UK? I know some places offer to replace the screen, but I do not require a full screen change. Just the part that frames the screen.

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I would take it back to an APPLE STORE and pay them as to keep the warranty
valid or ignore the dent as they probably will not fix it for free due to cosmetic
damage from a drop.
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