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Originally Posted by Ozzyman500 I personally would wait. Hopefully the new design won't have that damn plastic on it! You know after hearing all the horror stories about people dropping...
05-06-2009, 09:46 AM #21
I am sure Apple saved millions by using plastic instead of some other material . I would prefer carbon or a composite with a unbreakable digitizer . Yeah like thats gonna happen .
05-06-2009, 10:31 AM #22
Id rather save the money and go for the new one hopefully appearing soon...and hopefully without another 2 year contract with AT&T.
05-06-2009, 11:09 AM #23
What if you own a stolen 3G iPhone? Will they still replace it?
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05-06-2009, 10:11 PM #27
i have an iphone 3G and it has absolutely NO SCRATCHES!! considering this is my 2nd iphone when i got it replaced, i put an iphone skin on the back of it, to protect it from getting scratches on the back, then i bought a screen protector to protect the screen, and then my friend hooked me up with a free leather slider case for free. i have had my iphone for almost a year now and my friends are still jealous that my iphone has no scratches on it. but considering that the new iphone is coming out, i am considering of buy the new iphone (i should probably pay my visa bill first, its over $2000 )
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05-08-2009, 11:26 PM #29
"the new policy pertains to out-of-warranty incidents that would normally require the purchase of a new phone,
but does so at the expense of triggering an extention of the owner’s two-year AT&T wireless service contract."
"Customers who trade-in their water damaged phones will be given a factory refurbished model -- not a new iPhone -- and can then transfer the SIM card from their damaged handset into the refurbished device."
I am reading "Give me 199 buckaruus and heres your phone...oh need me to put that SIM in for you...sure here you go.."
Can Apple Store see your account with AT&T?
05-09-2009, 02:54 AM #30
I read that as 'water damaged phones being anout-of-warranty incidents that would normally require the purchase of a new phonetriggering an extention of the owner’s two-year AT&T wireless service contract.
I believe Apple stores can see your account with AT&T as they work in partnersship, but again, I could be wrong.