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I've had my iPhone 4 for a few weeks now and everything has been working fine other than when the phone vibrates. When I recieve a phone call/text message the vibration of the phone is louder than it previously was. I did drop my phone from a foot above the ground so I'm sure this caused the issue. The vibration sounds loose or something......What should I do?
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Hey,

I've had my iPhone 4 for a few weeks now and everything has been working fine other than when the phone vibrates. When I recieve a phone call/text message the vibration of the phone is louder than it previously was. I did drop my phone from a foot above the ground so I'm sure this caused the issue. The vibration sounds loose or something......What should I do?
I'd get it fixed. No telling what else may be damaged, or how much worse it will get. Try it through Apple, or any number of repair shops authorized to repair Apple products.
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I would take it to apple, unless there is noticeable exterior damage on the iphone due to the drop.

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