By Todd Bernhard
Alas, I have an appointment at the Apple Genius Bar tomorrow to address another cracked iPhone screen. Somehow, I've owned iPhones since the beginning and have never had a cracked screen, but my teenage daughter has cracked two. It's an expensive ($129-plus) proposition, not to mention the time and hassle of getting her phone fixed or replaced. And it shouldn't happen at all. After nearly a decade of iPhones, they ought to be built more reliably.