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iPhone 5 and Galaxy S III Coming with Liquipel Waterproof Coating!
Apple and Samsung are both the rival companies battling with each other for having a full dominancy on the tech world. Apple’s iPhone 5 and Samsung’s Galaxy S III are the next devices from the companies for which folks are getting crazy. Now TIP points out that both iPhone 5 and Galaxy S III would shine on tech horizons with Liquipel waterproof coating.
The cite refers a source “well-placed in one of the UK’s top independent phone retailers” who told that the Liquipel-Coated next generation smartphones would be released by both Apple and Samsung. The site also reported; this is the same source who has previously provided them absolutely correct information on the launch dates for the white iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S.
He stated “both will have had liquipel treatment as they’ll be altering the wording on insurance.” When I pressed him for the exact changes on the phone insurance documents, he had no more information. Phone insurance altering its coverage in reaction to an unreleased phone isn’t something I’ve come across before in phone info leaks, but, we could be on to something here. However, with liquid and moisture damage being among the top causes of insurance claims, it will need changing in time for a water-proof phone’s launch. Will liquid damage come under the standard warranty for water repellent phones? It could almost certainly come under the exclusions list for treated phones.
We have also published a post describing that Apple and Samsung both were seeking to incorporate a different waterproof coating called HzO to make their phones more durable and waterproofed.
But, Liquipel technology has already been introduced in the tech market with a price tag of $59 for turning your iPhone or Samsung Galaxy S II entirely into a waterproof gadget.
Here’re two videos demoing the impact of Liquipel waterproof coating on iPhone and the way it works for your viewing pleasure.