Maybe this is old news from Thinksecret.com, but it is new to me: Think Secret sources have also been dropping additional iPhone-related details over the past weeks. Among the more notable pieces of information: there will be no insurance offered for the iPhone from AT&T or Asurion, the firm AT&T uses for its insurance plans. This means customers who break or lose an iPhone will be unable to replace it at a nominal cost. If that is true, I won't get an iPhone. I have never had a cell phone or iPod which I voluntarily upgraded. Upgrades have always been the result of the thing dying or me breaking it somehow. Also, I have to have a belt clip for my iPhone, and I am sure several will be available to choose from; but I'll bet you dollars to donuts that you won't be able to use a belt clip AND have a skin on the iPhone - which makes it all the more suseptical (sp?) to damage. No insurance - no thanks.