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  # 180724 27-Nov-2008 17:57
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well it came back from mfr, replaced and looking all nice and wrapped up.
But light is still leaking like theres no tomorrow. Im getting it all down the left side, and a couple of spots on the right.

Also, the volume key is really shoddy and has to be pressed extra hard for volume to turn up....

And theres dust under the glass.

Great work apple+vodafone. Replacing one piece of faulty **** with something even more faulty.

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  # 180729 27-Nov-2008 18:07
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At every iphone 3g i've looked at, including mine therehas been light leaking through the left side. My iphone has no dust under the screen though and i've had it since lunch day.
It has cracks on the case however ! and those were there when i bought it.


 
 
 
 


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  # 180795 27-Nov-2008 22:28
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s.joseph:

At every iphone 3g i've looked at, including mine therehas been light leaking through the left side. My iphone has no dust under the screen though and i've had it since lunch day.
It has cracks on the case however ! and those were there when i bought it.


 

I have seen cracks on the white ones, which is pretty poor and it looks bad, but then again those types of problems are common with some apple products.  You do sacrifice some things such as build quality and reliability, for the design and style. 


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