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We’ve seen numerous complaints about chips and scratches on the iPhone 5, and 9to5Mac reports on one concerned customer who took it upon himself to email Phil Schiller, Apple’s SVP, to see what the deal is.Schiller’s reply was simply that it’s “normal” for aluminium products.
Any aluminium product may scratch or chip with use, exposing its natural silver colour. That is normal.
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