Affordable iPhone insurance for accidental damage and theft
About InsuranceForiPhones.Com After my 3rd broken or stolen iPhone (I only blame myself) it was time to find some insurance. I thought about insurance after my 2nd drop but couldn't find an affordable option. Then I found Worth Ave. Group. I paid 63 dollars for the policy, half the price of squaretrade. When my phone was stolen afterward they replaced it for just a 50 dollar deductible. So for 113 dollars, I got a brand new iPhone. Since I wasn't eligible for an upgrade with AT&T, it was going to cost 500 for a new phone! On ebay it was at least 600 for a new 16GB iPhone 3GS. You do the math! And THAT is why I started this site. Hopefully I'll save some of you from having a broken phone and no insurance!
If you’re a tennis fan, then I have the perfect app for you. As you know, Wimbledon is currently going on, and if you can’t get away from the office to see the matches, this app will make it a lot easier to keep up on what’s going on with your favorite players.
As you can see from the picture, the app has many different ways to keep you updated. There’s a news section, a section that gives scores of matches that are finished and the ones that are currently going on, a schedule, video and photos, player profiles, and many more things! The app even has a place where you can listen to live Wimbledon Radio. Also, if you’re a big enough tennis fan to make the trip to England, the app offers some extra tips and knowledge to use while you’re there.
The app is available at the app store for free- so go download it now!
If you have been wanting to buy an unlocked iPhone, you don’t have to be sneaky to do it anymore. Apple is now offering unlocked iPhone 4s from their website and stores. A 16GB iPhone 4 will cost you $649 and a 32 GB iPhone 4 will cost you $749. For some, the price might be a deal-breaker, but for those of you who travel internationally quite often, this may be a great purchase. If you travel out of the country often, you will be able to use this iPhone by switching the SIM card to a service provider available in the country you’re in, which means you’ll pay less than you would with a regular iPhone 4 running on AT&T or Verizon.
If you do choose to get an unlocked iPhone 4, make sure you get the best iPhone insurance available with Worth Ave. Group!
After a recent release of JAJAH on Andriod devices, a new app was released for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. With this new app, you can make phone calls to anyone, anywhere in the world for a very low price. The newest addition to JAJAH, however, is the ability to call your facebook friends using the JAJAH app.
JAJAH CEO, Trevor Healy, stated “Within hours of launching Facebook Calls for Android we saw thousands of calls, so we are very excited to bring this to iPhone owners. Calling has finally arrived in Facebook.”
Making a call to a Facebook friend is very simple. There are four easy steps to do this: 1- Download the JAJAH app from the iTunes store 2- Login to Facebook 3- Select a friend from your “online friends” list 4- Wait for your friend to accept the phone call- they will receive a message in chat telling them you’re calling. Once they accept the call, it connects, and you can talk to them.
The app uses the internet to connect the call, but once it’s connected, it’s just a regular call, which means that every call will have great quality. If you want to know more about JAJAH, check out their website here!
So, here’s some news that could be true…or not. No one really knows anything about the iPhone 5 yet because it isn’t supposed to be released until June. There’s been some articles saying that there could possibly be an iPhone 5 docking computer. The iPhone would fit into the laptop computer where the touchpad is located and the laptop dock could charge and sync the iPhone 5.
Check out the picture. What do you think? Real or fake? I hope it’s real!
PCMag.com just came out with an article stating the AT&T iPhone drops more calls than the Verizon iPhone. The article does mention that Verizon customers and AT&T customers are both very satisfied with their iPhones but the biggest difference is the fact that the AT&T iPhone drops more calls. To read the full article click here.
There are millions of blind people living in the United States. When they have pay for something with cash, it is very difficult for them because the all of the US dollar bills are the same size. The only way to tell the difference between a $1 bill and a $100 bill is to look at it.
Well, a company called LookTel is changing things up a bit. They just came up with an app that uses the camera on the iPhone or iPod Touch to identify and say aloud which bill is showing on the screen in real-time. The app doesn’t require an internet connection, so you can use the app anywhere, anytime. Check out the video below.
This app is only $1.99 and is available for download now!
Griffin Technology has just released a new case for the iPhone 4 and the iPod Touch 4th generation. It’s called the Survivor case and it has been tested to meet or exceed the US Department of Defense Standard. It features a shatter-proof polycarbonate frame wrapped in shock-absorbing silicone, a built-in screen protector, and hinged plugs to seal the Dock Connector, headphone port, hold switch, ring/silent switch and volume controls, and camera. Lastly, it has a belt clip that doubles as a stand.
It’s built to withstand any condition and has been tested very well so there’s not much (maybe nothing) you can do it break it. The Survivor case is available in black, olive, black and pink, and white and black. The case for the iPhone 4 sells for $49.99 and the case for the iPod Touch 4th generation is $39.99 on the Griffin website.
A new app has just been released for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and the iPad. It’s called IntoNow and it can identify 2.6 million broadcast airings. It’s like the Shazam app- the one that ”listens” and tells you what song it hears. All you have to do is open the app, press start, and within just a few seconds, you know exactly what you’re watching.
Open IntoNow app and select the TV icon and it listens to whatever TV show you’re watching and can identify the name of the show, what episode it is, and whether the episode is live or if it’s a rerun.
When using this app, you can choose to share what you’ve found out on Facebook or Twitter. You can also see what all your friends are watching, too. The app is available from the app store for free. Check it out now!
Ancestry.com has just recently released an updated version of the Ancestry app for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. By using this app and ancestry.com, you can trace your family history. The app allows you access to your ancestry.com account so you can edit and view your information with just your iPad. The new version has a new interface. It also has new photos of family members and “historical documents and source citations” when they’re available.
The ancestry app for iPad is free, but in order to use it, you have to have an account on ancestry.com, which is $12.95 a month.
Verizon has said that you will be able to use your iPhone as a moble hotspot. What is a moble hotspot? A moble hotspot allows up to 5 users to have access to your data connection (through WiFi). This hotspot feature, as neat as it may sound, comes with a price. To have this function you’ll need an additional plan that will cost you $20 a month. This plan will give you 2GB of downloads per month and will cost you an extra $20 for every 1GB after that.
Also of note, yesterday the Wall Street Journal ran the news that Verizon will be offering the iPhone 4 on a $30 per month unlimited data plan.