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"Here you go." He took my broken phone and that was that. That was my "mulligan." You may have experienced this phenomenon yourself, albeit likely not lately.
The "mulligan" policy was Apple's way of "surprising and delighting" customers. Here's your one freebie get out of jail free card, care of Apple. Speaking with multiple Apple retail employees who've been with the company for several years, Tech Insider confirmed this policy: Apple used to give the vast majority of i Phone buyers one free fix or replacement. "It's been stricter to not give away for free since the i Phone 5.
It was the first phone I'd broken, and I felt pretty stupid about it.