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I have a tiny crack on the bottom right corner of my ipod touch (4th gen) from the one time I accidentally dropped it. The touch screen and display still work fine, but I was curious if that will be a big problem for me later on? Any tips or advice will be helpful!
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It shouldn't be a problem as long as you don't drop it again or accidentally press something against it. If it does cause a problem for whatever reason later on, Apple has a replacement program where they will exchange the entire unit with a refurbished one for a nominal price. You would have to ask your local Apple store what the cost would be.
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and maybe, get a soft shell to protect it on future drops, just maybe...

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and maybe, get a soft shell to protect it on future drops, just maybe...
i have an invisible shield AND a soft shell cover. how ironic that it still got hurt! but yea, I think it depends on which part it fell on. so sad
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It shouldn't be a problem as long as you don't drop it again or accidentally press something against it. If it does cause a problem for whatever reason later on, Apple has a replacement program where they will exchange the entire unit with a refurbished one for a nominal price. You would have to ask your local Apple store what the cost would be.
Oh I didn't think of that. Thanks! I'm definitely even more careful about it than ever now.
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