personally..i think if you can take care of your phone..then you don't need that extra years. i don't think the phone will automatically fail you for any reason..usually i see people needing fixes when they do something themselves..such as dropping the phone into water..stuff like that. in the end..you know yourself better than i do. do you find yourself breaking things a lot?
nimrodboy3 (rep: 68.2k) posted Jan 05, 2011
I agree with nimrodboy3. It really depends what type of person you are. Are you the clumsy type or the careful type based on your past experience?
Anyway, I heard the most common accident I've heard is water damage (steam, snow, etc.). So a friend of mine bought an iPhone 4 and it got water damage (from the snow?) and Apple gave him an replacement iPhone 4. Normally they charge you $199 for a replacement phone but I guess they changed their policy? My friend got his replaced for free (you can do this only once per lifetime of the phone).
I don't think you need to get a Square Trade warranty for it, I think AppleCare should be enough PLUS, an you might want to upgrade to iPhone 5 by the time your AppleCare warranty expires. :)
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