The Genius Bar at Apple Stores is where one can interact with service personnel and get technical support and service for their Apple branded products.
The best thing to do is to go to the apple store to see if they can fix it. Most probably at the genius bar they can fix it.
A Genius Bar is an application made by Apple. One can make an appointment clicking on the 'Make a Reservation' link on their website, selecting a store and following the on screen instructions.
usually you cant just send it to them you have to go to the store and there is probably a place in the store called the genius bar and they can help you with fixing it.
Bring it to a local Apple Store near you, but first go to Apple's website and set up an appointment with an Apple Genius at the Genius Bar. They help fix any problems you are having with your iPod, laptop, and other Apple devices.
Make an appointment with the Genius Bar at your local Apple Store. Have them look at it.
You can only get an upgrade if your contract is due to be renewed. If your iPhone is broken then you can take it to the genius bar at an Apple store. They can give you a replacement but you will have to pay for it.
You should try to do a Restore through iTunes. This will usually fix the problem. If it doesn't fix the problem, then you should take it into the Apple Store at the Genius Bar to see what they can do.
Either the hard drive has failed, or the operating system has corrupted to an unbootable state. In either case, make an appointment at your local Apple retail store's Genius Bar (http://apple.com/retail to find the nearest store) to have it diagnosed and/or repaired.
If you mean the casing, only if you laid it on a hot surface. IF it looks like it came from inside, then take it to an Apple store to have the Genius Bar inspect it (as long as the unit is under warranty).
Eiether bring it to your local Apple Store and get Genius Bar to see it for further formating, or virus removal. If you have a backup, please restore it with your latest or old backup.
One can find Macintosh support online on the apple website, or downtown at local apple stores, such as the genius bar. Online support is recommended for minor issues, but for serious issues regarding hardware and damages, the genius bar is recommended.
There are a number of reasons that iPod are not recharging. The simplest is tha device is not connected to a computer and running the iTunes software. Cables for recharging can be damaged. If this solves the problem that good. If the device still will not recharge then take it back to the store you bought it from or an Austhorise Apple Service Centre or Genius Bar at your local Apple store