Apple recently announced the release of the new iPhone 4G for customers on the Verizon network. This was big news for Verizon customers who wanted blazing fast speeds to surf the Internet from anywhere, the intuitive, user-friendly touch screen of the iPod Touch, and the reliability and name brand reputation of Apple.
But let's face it; stuff happens to iPhones. (And Android-based phones, and nearly any other device you carry around with you day after day.)
What could possibly happen to an iPhone? You name it... iPhones can be:
- Dropped in the toilet
- Crushed (Don't keep your phone in your back pocket!)
- Water damaged
- A victim of system failure
A protective outer case will save your phone from some shock damage if it's dropped, but it can't do it all.
We hope you took out the insurance policy for your new iPhone. Your cell phone carrier can replace the phone, but probably won't be able to recover lost data from a damaged iPhone. Shock damage or water damage will require both physical and logical recovery of your data; complicated processes that are best left to data recovery experts.
That's why you need to keep the phone number for 24HourData someplace safe (store it in your phone, but keep a back-up hard copy!) and call us if something happens to your new Verizon iPhone. We can recover lost Mac data, in most cases within 24 hours. Your phone numbers, your pictures, your videos, your music collection... We'll get it all back. And if we don't, there's no charge for our service.
At 24 Hour Data, we'd like to congratulate Verizon iPhone users on their new purchase ... and also let you know we're here for Mac Data Recovery if you need us.