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Can a Mac Genius or others tell when I damaged my iPod Classic?


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In order to make an insurance claim on my iPod Classic that I dropped, they need to know the exact date the incident occurred. Is their a way they can find that out from the iPod, or do I have to just make up a date?

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In order to make an insurance claim on my iPod Classic that I dropped, they need to know the exact date the incident occurred. Is their a way they can find that out from the iPod, or do I have to just make up a date?

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Don't you think that it's a bit dishonest to be asking this question, and filing an insurance claim for a broken iPod that you have already admitted you damaged yourself??

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Don't you think that it's a bit dishonest to be asking this question, and filing an insurance claim for a broken iPod that you have already admitted you damaged yourself??

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Wouldn't that sorta depend on what kind of insurance he has? I have insurance on my iPhone that covers it for pretty much anything.

But to answer the OP's question, I doubt it. In the past, I just try to guess to the best of my ability when it happened. Usually that's good enough.
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Wouldn't that sorta depend on what kind of insurance he has? I have insurance on my iPhone that covers it for pretty much anything.

But to answer the OP's question, I doubt it. In the past, I just try to guess to the best of my ability when it happened. Usually that's good enough.
You're right. I knew how clumsy I was, I insured myself up the whazoo with Accidental Damage Coverage!

Aw, all right, thank you. I was hoping there was someway of finding some coding.

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