Anyone familiar with a waterproof solution for iPhone 5 ?

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Anyone familiar with a waterproof solution for iPhone 5 ?
 

CASEACE79

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Look up Liquipel technologies. You have to send your phone to them to do it but they coat the inside of your phone with a nano film to waterproof the phone without needing a case at all. They don't even need to open the phone to do it so you still keep your warrantee.
 

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Hi. Never knew you can do it. Any idea how much they charge?
 
Sep 24, 2012
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tell you the truth its a bit scary .. you send it to some company ? who are they ? they are Apple approved ?
 

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tell you the truth its a bit scary .. you send it to some company ? who are they ? they are Apple approved ?
Apple does not 'approve' of this process. That's not to say anything bad about Liquipel. I honestly have not seen much about customer experiences with their service, but have heard of them.

What about a Lifeproof? cc: RoofMonkey
 
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Yes , I guess Lifeproof is the best solution out there ... be waiting their iPhone 5 version ...
 

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Yep, lifeproof is the way I am leaning toward. I am definitely hoping earlier rather than later on the release. The case looks awesome IMO.
 

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My question is how would Apple tell if you applied Liquipel to a phone? I honestly don't know if they can or not. Really cool tech regardless.
 

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here you i think this is what you need. and i'm sure the make them for the iPhone.
 

radtechy

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One day a hot chick came in to the Apple store asking out otterbox and life proof and the Apple guy said people still come in with water damaged phones with a life proof