We offer comprehensive iPhone insurance at great prices, with an experienced in-house customer care team.
- Over 900,000 devices insured
- Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority
- 30 years’ experience
Your iPhone cover will begin as soon as your online transaction has been completed and subject to policy Terms & Conditions.
Please check through both the Policy Excess, and Key Exclusions and Limitations to check for what is not covered by your policy.
No. Whilst every care is taken to ensure that our list is complete and up to date, the iPhone market changes very often. Please contact us to give us the details of your iPhone model, and we will confirm if it is a model we can cover.
We understand that speed is of the essence when you are without your mobile phone or tablet. For that reason, we aim to have a replacement device in your hands within 48 hours of a claim being approved.
Once the claim has been agreed, we will try our hardest to replace your cherished device with the same make, model and colour, and send it to you as quickly as possible. If your device is no longer manufactured, we will provide the nearest comparable model in a speedy and efficient fashion.
Your policy is not a ‘replacement as new’ policy so all mobile phone or tablet replacements may be either brand new or refreshed devices – all devices will also come with a warranty.
The quality of refreshed devices is so high you won’t be able to tell the difference compared to the new devices. Although standards are extremely high, please note that refreshed devices may hold some non-original parts.
There is no minimum period of cover. However, when you purchase annual cover we will contact you approximately two weeks before your renewal date and offer to renew the policy. If you do not tell us that you wish to cancel your policy, we will automatically process your renewal.
Yes, but all iPhones must be purchased from a VAT registered UK supplier within the last 36 months (from the policy start date). This must be supported by a valid proof of purchase document.
No. Non-genuine devices are not covered by our policies. However, we do provide cover for refurbished devices that come with a manufacturer’s warranty or the original proof of purchase (if the device was bought second-hand).
Your excess can be found in your Policy Excess documents.
Unlike other insurance providers, we do not increase our premiums after you make a claim. Therefore, we ask that you pay the compulsory excess so we can keep our prices low for you. In the meantime, you can trust that we will handle your claim promptly and professionally.
To take out a policy for yourself you must be 18 years old or over and a UK resident. If you are under 18 years old, then a consenting family member can take out the policy on your behalf.
The insurance is arranged and administered, including claims management, by Pier Insurance Managed Services Limited with UK General Insurance.
We will appear as Pier Insurance on all banking statements.
Yes! loveit coverit is a specialist provider of mobile phone and tablet insurance policies direct to the consumer. The company is part of Pier Insurance Managed Services Ltd, Evolution House, New Garrison Road, Shoeburyness, Essex, SS3 9BF.
Pier Insurance Managed Services Ltd is authorized and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. FCA registration no. 311798.
Yes! Please call us on 01702 568081 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to help.
It’s been ten years since the iPhone was introduced. To put that into context, Tony Blair resigned as Prime Minister, people could still smoke in restaurants, pubs and offices, and Leona Lewis spent 10 weeks at the top of the music charts. Elsewhere, Apple was revolutionising the world of mobile phones.
It’s been ten years since the iPhone was introduced. To put that into context, Tony Blair resigned as Prime Minister, people could still smoke in restaurants, pubs and offices, and Leona Lewis spent 10 weeks at the top of the music charts. Elsewhere, Apple were revolutionising the world of mobile phones.
Whilst some people were queuing up to get the latest Harry Potter book, and others were queueing to withdraw their money from Northern Rock, there were tech lovers who actually camped out overnight to be first in line for Apple’s new iPhone.
More than 5 million units of the original iPhone were sold, with many stores running out of stock within the first hour. It was available in aluminium grey, had a 1.2 MP rear camera, a maximum of 16GB data, no 3G, no apps and no videos.
Fast-forward one decade, and we’re eagerly awaiting the arrival of the iPhone X, featuring wireless charging, facial recognition and a TrueDepth camera. The new device, revealed September 12th, is also the first to have an edge-to-display. We’ve come a long way.
Back in 2007, Steve Jobs claimed Apple was going to “reinvent the phone”. It did more than that, it transformed the way we interact with each other, the way we learn, shop and consume media. It changed our daily routines and our jobs; quite simply it changed our way of life.
The widespread popularity of the iPhone has triggered a number of social and cultural changes, such as the selfie phenomenon that followed the introduction of the front-facing camera in the iPhone 4. 12 megapixels and 4 handsets later and we’ve become a nation of photographers. Popular apps like Facebook, meant people could then share these photos with their friends on their commute to work.
But the iPhone has also led the way when it comes to more practical advances too. The introduction of Apple Pay saw contactless payment take another step forward. Even before this, various apps and features along the way have meant that our phones have also become our computers, our iPods, our maps, calendars and banks; integral parts of our day-to-day lives.
So integral in fact, that we’ve become a generation of people who cannot function when our phones break. Whether you’re one of the 100,000 people who drop their phone down the toilet each year, or you simply left it on the train, we’re all familiar with the pounding heart and cold sweat that accompanies the realisation you’re now cut off from the world for the foreseeable future.
At loveit coverit we’ve been there for you through every flushed handset and damaged charging port. We supported you through bendgate and we’ve been helping you protect your phones since Siri was but a twinkle in Steve Jobs’ eye and you were still playing snake on your Nokia 3210.
With just weeks until Apple’s most expensive handset yet is on our high streets, we wouldn’t want to see your dreams shatter along with your screen. If you do plan on investing on what looks set to be the most radical model yet, please, please make sure you get iPhone insurance before it’s too late!
With a starting price of £999, the iPhone X is arguably the most expensive phone currently on the market and it seems as though other smartphone providers are following suit. Unfortunately, higher price tags on the latest handsets also means that repair costs are increasing.
With a starting price of £999, the iPhone X is arguably the most expensive phone currently on the market and it seems as though other smartphone providers are following suit.
Unfortunately, higher price tags on the latest handsets also means that repair costs are increasing, especially when it comes to replacement screens. Our infographic shows how the cost of repairing your device is rising and why it really does pay to get insurance for your iPhone.
It’s quite often that our customers claim for common iPhone faults that can often be resolved at home. So, before you claim on your iPhone insurance check this list to see if there is a quick and efficient fix.
My iPhone keeps turning itself off:
One of the most infuriating iPhone faults is when your phone decides to keep switching off. If your iPhone is rebooting unexpectedly we recommend checking your settings: Settings > General > Reset All Settings
Your iPhone will likely prompt you to enter your Apple account information, but don’t worry – you shouldn’t lose any of your pictures, videos or apps. With any luck this should stop your phone from randomly restarting.
My iPhone camera won’t work:
We understand just how much our customers love their iPhone cameras, so we can understand how annoying it can be should it decide to stop working. Quite often iPhone users don’t realise they have certain restrictions turned on, hindering the usability of the camera. Try this fix to resolve it:
Settings > General > Restrictions > Check the “allow camera” function is turned on. If it is already turned on, try turning it off and on again.
If this doesn’t work you can try restoring your iPhone in iTunes, but make sure you’ve backed up your data beforehand.
My iPhone keeps overheating:
Every now and again your iPhone may send you a notification saying that it’s too hot. Don’t panic! Long periods of use or leaving your iPhone out in the sun can cause this problem. However, if your iPhone is still overheating even if it’s not in use and it’s in a cool environment, there may be cause for concern.
If your iPhone is overheating try removing the case to give your phone a chance to cool down. It also makes sense to shut down any apps you may be using and also turn off the Wi-Fi. If the temperature situation doesn’t improve and the heat notification is still displaying, it may be best to turn your device off completely.
My iPhone screen is frozen:
If you use your iPhone daily then being unable to use the screen properly can be a major setback. But this annoying problem is more common than you think. If you’ve recently done an iOS update then your phone will be more prone to freezing.
If the touch responsiveness of your phone does not seem to be working and turning it off and on again doesn’t work, you’re going to need to try a hard reset.
Hold the home key and the sleep button at the same time your phone should show the Apple screen and turn off.
Try this process a few times before you write off your iPhone. This fix often works after a few times.