Verizon Iphone Questions

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by jeff3221, Jan 11, 2011.

  1. jeff3221 macrumors regular

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    Hello all (and I am sorry if I ask stupid/repeated questions),

    I have had verizon for a while and have been waiting for the iphone to come out. I know I am eligible, and I will try to pre-order it on the 3rd. I have several questions:

    1) Is it better to order it from the verizon or apple website?
    2) Will it be hard to get for pre-order?
    3) I have some kind of insurance on my current phone, but can I get rid of that and just get applecare? Any differences?
    4) I think I read that they will have to make new cases, so should I hold off on getting a case until it is specifically for the verizon iphone 4?

    I can't think of anything else at the moment, but thanks in advance! :)
     
  2. macuserjhs macrumors regular

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    I would order from apples site. I think it will be pretty hard to pre order but not as bad as the iphone 4 in june. I would recommend you stay up that night until you see it on apples site if you really want it. I dont think verizon will be offering insurance, and if they do they will be probably be offering applecare. Some cases will fit the verizon iphone that have a lot of space around the buttons, but i would hold off on getting a case for now.
     
  3. SLC Flyfishing Suspended

    SLC Flyfishing

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    Hope that helps!
     
  4. Aatos.1 macrumors 6502

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    Lessons may be offered on how to hold it per Steve.
     
  5. maflynn Moderator

    maflynn

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    Probably won't matter, but I'd go with vzw if you're a current verizon wireless customer, otherwise go with apple.

    Only if you're unable to fill out an online form, or don't have a credit card, or a computer to connect to the internet.

    Depends on the terms of that insurance. Applecare is a warranty against defects, most mobile insurance plans protect against accidental damage and theft

    Yes, the buttons have moved and why buy something now without the actual phone in hand
     

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