So I bought a iphone 4s about 6 months ago, immediately purchased the lifeproof case for myself and my have been extremely pleased and impressed with it. I have recommended it to many of my colleagues and friends and they have themselves purchased the case. I was reluctant at first to use it near water, or underwater fo rthat matter but after a about 2 months I gave inot temptation and used it underwater in the pool and got some cool pics of my kids. They were loving it, and so I was so. My case is leak free and I continue to use it as advertised by Lifeproof. Even used it in North Carolina going down natural waterslides and tubing. AWESOME. Now we decide to get our daughter a iphone 4 for her 15th birthday(July), immediately purchase the Purple lifeproof case and after the water test install her phone as required. It is now the end of August and just Friday she went swimming with her friends and when she went to take a photo underwater she noticed it wasnt working like mine. She looked and noticed water within the case, immediately got out of the pool and took the phone out of the case. Completely dead......but FLASH was on, not blinking, just ON. Nothing else on, just the LED FLASH. Now what I dont understand is how Lifeproof can encourage you, and even advertises for you to take your phone underwater to film movies, take photos...etc, but then also have ZERO liability to repair/replace your phone if their product fails at what it advertises it can do. How is that possible..? My daughter is a responsible individual and when she says she checked to make sure the bottom was closed, and the headphone jack was sealed we must take her at hr word. Is their a possibility she is lying, yes, but we dont believe so. Any advice for dealing with Lifeproof?, or the best way to deal with or repair the water damaged iPhone?