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iPhone chrome and black part not sitting right.


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at about the middle of the right side of my phone where the black and the chrome meet isnt flush the black part sticks out a little bit.when i run my finger across the side you can feel the edge of the black part and see it coming out. the left side of the phone sits flush, is this a common problem or is mine messed up dont have a camera at the moment to take pics.

Just picked it up at bestbuy over the weekend should i bring it back?
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Your beautiful new iPhone is messed up... but if its so new its not your problem. Take it back, and I would recommend buying from the source... Apple.

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