Since you just purchased your iPhone 5 and it's still under warranty, I'd go back to Apple and see if they can help. Most likely they won't since I don't think scratches are covered but you could try. Do you have Apple Care+? I think that might cover any damage that you do to your iphone. If you've purchased your iPhone within 30 days, which you have, you can still sign up for the Apple Care+ and probably get it replaced that way. But you'll still have to pay. I think it's $120 for AppleCare and then another $45 to replace the device. This might be an option for you.
As for rubbing or buffing the scratch out of the device, I'd be careful here, Some people have suggested putting nail polish remover or toothpaste on the screen to rub out scratches, But remember that the iPhone undercover case for apple iphone x and xs - gold screen is touch activated, so you don't want to do anything to damage the touch input, It sounds like the scratch is pretty small and not really a big deal, If I were you, I'd just learn to live with the scratch, Think of it as a tiny scar you might get on your chin, You can think of a really good back story for how you got that scratch to tell all your other iPhone-toting friends, Maybe you dropped the phone when you leapt from your seat at the bus stop to chase after a kid who had snatched an old lady's purse, Or maybe you dinged the phone when you got into a bar fight, Just remember if you're going to make up a story, make it a good one, The ones I just thought of are pretty lame..
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