Despite widespread images of shattered iPhone screens across the internet, a new study of customer data from a smartphone insurance service claims Apple's devices are treated less roughly than rival handsets.
If you’re one of the lucky few to end the day as the proud owner of a new iPad tomorrow, you’re probably going to want to keep it safe--a sturdy case, microfiber cloth, maybe a screen protector. But even with a pound of prevention surrounding your all-too-fragile tablet, accidents still can happen.
Hard to believe, but after four years and as many iPhone models, AT&T still doesn’t offer insurance for Apple’s iconic handset. That is, until July 17, when the device will finally be eligible for coverage in the carrier’s Mobile Insurance program -- just in time for a new model rumored to arrive in the fall.