Need a little advice from my fellow MR members......! My wife's iPhone 5 recently went into our local Apple Store for a free battery replacement and also a free power button replacement (this was part of Apple's free battery replacement program - the serial number of her phone showed that her phone was eligible for this). Her phone which went in was a 16gb slate grey iPhone 5. As part of the repair process, she has now been given a 'lone phone' until her phone is repaired (in about 2 weeks time). The lone phone is almost an identical iPhone, however, it is a 16gb white/silver iPhone 5. Looking through the 'iPhone Loan Agreement' which she has signed, it states that the loan phone, (quote from agreement)'.........at Apple's discretion may be new or refurbished'. Looking at the loan phone, I can confirm that it is indeed, 'new' or 'refurbished' but I reckon it is a brand new one as it looks immaculate. The agreement, also goes on to say (again, I quote from the actual agreement), '.........in the event that you fail to return the Loan Phone to Apple by the Return Date (i) Apple will obtain full ownership rights in Customer Phone, and may use or dispose of the Customer Phone as Apple sees fit; and (ii) you will obtain full ownership rights in the Loan Phone and accept the Loan Phone provided to you as a full replacement of the Customer Phone.' Now to me, that implies that if my wife decides to keep the white loaned iPhone 5 (she does indeed want to keep the white phone as she likes the look of this phone alot better than her slate grey one), she can do so if she understands that it will be a direct replacement of her grey slate one and Apple will be fine about this. Has anyone had any experience in this? Can my wife keep the loaned white iPhone 5 as her own and Apple will keep her slate grey one - no questions asked?