Currently Being ModeratedNov 28, 2012 6:46 AM (in response to zac burkhardt)
Any way to prevent something that has not happened yet, and is actually highly unlikely to happen, you mean?
Regardless of what you read, there have been tens of millions of iPhone 5s sold worldwide, and those problems are in the very, VERY small minority of units.
If, and I emphasize IF you experience problems, that is what the one year manufacturers warranty is for.
(Just because something appears to be common or frequent on the internet, you cannot assume it is actually common or frequent - the internet is an inherently biased resource for such things - for one thing, all those who never experience any problems are highly UNlikely to ever post anything).
Currently Being ModeratedNov 28, 2012 9:35 AM (in response to zac burkhardt)
To follow up on what Michael said, Apple has great warranty service at the Genius bars. Going to one is an interesting experience even if you don't have any problems. There are probably other things you should worry about...lightning strikes, asteroid impacts etc...