Yeah, it clips in loosely and it also rotates 180 degrees freely. While I was sitting in the car it rotated. When I got out of the car it lightly brushed against my car door which was just enough given the position of the holster to cause it to unclick and fall.Depending on the circumstances.
Chances are that the person didn't buckle or correctly, or were doing some excessive moving.
Yeah, water damage is rarely covered. When I called to report my phone being damaged the first thing they asked is if the phone was damaged by water. That tells me that if I said yes I would have been up the creek so to speak.http://www.wikihow.com/Save-a-Wet-Cell-Phone
I tried googling 3rd-party cell phone insurance to see what I could find for you, but all I could find were articles telling you NOT to buy cell phone ins., like this one : http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/16875928/
It looks like LockLine is the company that a lot of the carriers use. But I don't know if it is worth it. All the articles I read said that water damage is almost never covered by cell insurance.
This is off topic, but never ever use your homeowner's insurance to pay for a $600 phone. Once you've made a claim on homeowner's, it's there to stay, and will raise your future rates. Even if you have a $250 deductible, the $350 you save by claiming it is going to be offset (and more) once the insurance company raises your rates in the future because of your claims activity.re. tharmsen...
Just need to reduce your deductible. It usually doesn't make a huge difference in your premium to drop from $1000 to $500, and the drop to $250 is even smaller (with most policies). The key here is to get replacement cost coverage. I carry a $25,000 photographic equipment policy and the replacement rider is only about $50 a year. Makes a HUGE difference when you need to replace something expensive like a $3000 lens!
Can we get more information on this? They cover accidental damage the very first time it happens and then no more after that?im on the phone with Apple right now and guess what...there saying that Apple covers accidental damage for the first time so i may be getting a new iPhone. Ill keep everyone updated! keep your fingers crossed for me please
I guess it all depends on the case you buy.Yeah, it clips in loosely and it also rotates 180 degrees freely. While I was sitting in the car it rotated. When I got out of the car it lightly brushed against my car door which was just enough given the position of the holster to cause it to unclick and fall.
Design flaw or not, I was glad I had insurance and I ditched that cheap plastic OEM holster for a real protective case that it can't easily be dislodged from.
Let me get this straight. You're saying that if Apple is "dishonest", then it's ok for us to be dishonest to get back at them?Do you think Apple is honest? Everyones talking about being honest but I seem to remember a long long time ago where Apple release a product called the "iPhone" in which Apple bullied their way into stealing the iPhone name from under Linksys.
Based on his perception of Apple's "dishonesty", he is trying to rationalize the intent to commit criminal fraud. I'm sure a lot of felons can rationalize their actions too.Let me get this straight. You're saying that if Apple is "dishonest", then it's ok for us to be dishonest to get back at them?