Flexiglass 1.7 Crack Mac Osx
should i I be concerned about its internals getting damaged ? For its external hardware nothing seems to be cracked. Sorry if I may sound paranoid, picked up this phone not a while ago. Thanks in advance for any responses
Flexiglass 1.7 Crack Mac Osx
It's the kind of thing where you could have dropped it 30 cm and it might have damaged something, or you could have dropped it from 2 meters and it survived. Unless there's some visible damage or malfunction there's no way to tell and probably even if you took it to Apple they couldn't tell any more than you can. The most delicate part is probably the glass back and front. Check those for damage and then decide if it makes a difference to you and consider replacement cost. I have seen people walking around with multiple cracks in their displays but it's a matter of what you can live with. If you see no other problems with phone function then you probably don't need to worry. If something starts misbehaving then take it to a Genius Bar for evaluation.
I have dropped my ex iphone xr in a case from 1.2 meters and it did not have any issue in the upcomming months. So unless anything is visibly cracked I suggest that you keep using it as you would normally do. Don't worry !
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