Sorry, I meant $630 Singapore Dollars to get a replacement.Originally Posted by Tim SPRACKLEN
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They've tested them by driving over the cases with iPads inside, slingshotted them, dropped them from 60 feet in the air, etc. Of course, the edges of an iPad are the most vulnerable, so you could still damage yours in a Gform.
I've dropped my iPad 1 and 2 with no problems beyond a ding in iPad 1's corner. (While not in a Gform case.) It just depends on how and where they land, if you're lucky.
Hi Tim,Originally Posted by Tim SPRACKLEN
Will try again at other Apple store or representative in Singapore. Thanks to you and all who given me tips and words of encouragement. Will update to you again.
Yes - please don't give up. I'm sure we'll find a way forward. PM me if you need any further help.
The store I went to is at Wheelock Place,Orchard Rd. Previously it was Borders. You can try there though as long don't get to be serve by that Indian girl. Anyway, I will be going to another Apple Store at Suntec. Try my luck ( call it so ). If not successful then I guess I have to come down to Sim Lim Tower to get my screen fix. There's one store over there that can fix broken Ipad screen and I heard that their workmanship is good. I already check the price. It will cost me at @ $260sgd. You can check it out this website fixtrot.com.Originally Posted by thefrontlights
We didn't have any luck with a free replacement, either. I have twin sons that each were gifted with an IPad 2 in August, as a preparation gift for high school (they are freshman). I was nearly sick when one of the screens got cracked, and was devastated when only a few days later, the other screen got cracked! They are both really careful with them, and have only had them for 2 months! I wonder if this is a design flaw, as suggested earlier?? We are far from any apple store, and I'm sending ours in for repair.. hopefully they'll take pity on us and repair/replace it for free! I certainly can't afford to replace them! yikes!