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Thread: Changing IPhone Housing And Keeping Warranty???

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    Default Changing IPhone Housing And Keeping Warranty???
    so i really want a red or blue iphone 3g housins but i know if i change mine then it will void the warranty i still have.. does anyone know if there is anyway i can chang the housing , or get someone to change it, and apple still accept it if it has a problem? any help would be great. thanks!

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    no, if you open it up and change anything (like the housing) it will void the warranty

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    will apple be willing to do it for me? i doubt it but it never hurts to ask. i wouldnt mind trying myself but there is that do not remove sticker over the last screw on the logic board lol

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    ^Haha, no wayyy. And I'd recommend that if you're not 100% sure with what you're doing you either don't do it or have someone like cpjr do it for you.
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    i might contact him about it ... im pretty sure i could pull it off but i dont wanna take the chance lol

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    It's harder than it looks. It is very easy to tear away a cable when removing the display from the rear casing, and not nearly as easy to find and attach a replacement.

    And the short answer is no, opening the case in any way voids your warranty.
    http://www.caseify.com
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    If your not experienced with small electronics and fairly "techy" I wouldnt recommend trying it. The iphone is fairly "wimpy" on the inside and must be treated like glass.

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