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# 250983 4-Jun-2019 09:01
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Hi team.  I'm in a new job and have the option of a new phone, so I don't really need my iPhone XS Max anymore.  


It's white, 256GB, and has been in a screen protector (curved with black edges, looks like it is part of the display), and dBrand skin since day one so it's in perfect condition.  No scratches, nicks or scuffs.  Comes in the box with charger and lightning cable.  


It had the display replaced about 3ish months ago when the original display touch responsiveness died.  So the display is even newer than the rest of the phone :)  PM with any questions.



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  # 2250932 4-Jun-2019 10:45
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I thought Apple doesn't replace displays but swap with a new phone?

Involuntary autocorrect in operation on mobile device. Apologies in advance.

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  # 2250935 4-Jun-2019 10:46
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What happened was I scratched the display quite badly in the first few months of having it and it annoyed me a lot, so I paid for a new display.  That display then faulted with the issue described earlier, so it was that one that was replaced under warranty and probably under the Service Plus warranty rather than Apple's, though the issue went through AppleCare so who knows how it played out behind the scenes.


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