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In the middle of the excitement brought by the release of the new iPhone 4S, here comes yet another media and PR headache. Apple has received tons of complaints as they flood forums about an issue regarding the new iPhone 4S. It seems that the battery life of the new Apple smartphone has totally disappointed customers as it drains faster than the first version iPhone 4 and even the 3GS.
If your iPhone were to sustain damage to its body or the touch-screen, the device may become inoperable. This could mean that you have to purchase a new iPhone so that you can stay connected to your friends and family.
If you did not own iPhone insurance, then you would probably have to spend anywhere between £350 to £550 to replace your iPhone. Individuals that experience the same damage and have iPhone insurance, would be able to replace their iPhone simply by filing a claim with the insurance company. Once the claim is processed and approved, the applicable excess fee would need to be paid in order to move forward.
We often see this term on our car insurance and for some who got their first insurance for their iPhone, a few were surprised to see that we also have an excess fee. The rationale is quite the same; when you want to claim for your policy, whether for loss, theft or accidental damages, you first must pay the excess fee before the insurance company will pay or send you a replacement phone.
This is a simple way to effectively screen out insurance frauds and protect the company from financial loss. In simple terms, imagine the insurance company having to pay for each and every single policy at a certain time, there is a possibility that it will experience a financial turmoil. The excess fee is a self preserving guideline in the insurance industry to protect the provider and the client as well.
When getting comprehensive iPhone insurance, there will also be an excess fee if you will need to make a claim. But on a positive note, the excess is still very minimal compared the amount you will have to shell out if you lose or accidentally damage your iPhone without insurance. For only £5.99, you can already avail iPhone insurance that will insure your Apple iPhone 3GS or iPhone 4 from theft, accidental damages, fraudulent calls and with an optional loss cover as well. For more information, don’t forget to read our terms by visiting our main site today.
As iPhone users, we are used to the traditional black color of the iPhone 3GS and the iPhone 4; and this original black design has its reasons. If you have seen the new iPad 2, they now come in two colors, one is traditional black and one is white. One thing that you will notice in the white iPad 2 is that its screen seems to be much smaller than that of the black.
Although there are no specific dates mentioned for the official release of the new iPhone 5, there very rumors that are lingering in the streets and online communities seems to be already effecting the value of the current iPhone 4. Some iPhone 3GS owners are stating that they’d rather wait for the iPhone 5 than get the current iPhone 4 and only to get it devalued when the next gen is unveiled.