Our comprehensive iPhone insurance policies can provide insurance coverage for loss, theft, accidental damage, unauthorised calls, accessory cover up to €150, worldwide cover, mechanical breakdown, cracked screen, liquid damage, and unlimited claims per year. Our award winning in-house claims team is always on hand to help you through the claims process, making it hassle-free and stress-free. Plus, with our 14-day money-back guarantee, you can rest assured that you are making the right decision.
With our iPhone 11 Insurance, you can not only be covered if you use the device yourself, but also if it is used by your loved ones. And with no minimum contract, you have the flexibility to cancel or modify your policy at any time.
*Details and pricing correct at time of writing 26/05/2023.
If you’re wondering whether or not you need phone insurance for your new iPhone 11, the answer is simple – yes! Accidents can happen at any time, and the cost of replacing or repairing a device like the iPhone 11 can be significant. Without insurance, you could end up paying a large sum of money out of your own pocket. With Mobile Phone Insurance Direct, you can protect your investment and have peace of mind knowing that you’re covered for a variety of potential incidents.
Whether it’s accidental damage, loss, theft or unauthorised calls, our iPhone 11 Insurance policies provide comprehensive coverage, so you can relax and enjoy your new phone with confidence.
At Mobile Phone Insurance Direct not only do we provide great insurance for your phone; we also want to help keep you informed so you can keep your device as secure as possible. We consulted our resident phone experts at Mobile Phone Insurance Direct for their top tips and recommendations on protecting your iPhone 11 from theft and loss. Thankfully, Apple has included some excellent features to help keep you safe.
1.) Two-factor authentication (2FA): is a security measure offered by many websites and apps, including popular platforms like Facebook, Google, and financial services. With 2FA enabled, logging into an account requires both a password and a unique code sent to your phone number or generated by an authentication app like Google Authenticator.
This additional code must be entered to access the account, making it difficult for unauthorized individuals to breach your accounts even if they have your password. Apple has addressed the inconvenience associated with 2FA by introducing security code autofill in iOS 12 and higher, eliminating the need for manual code entry.
Now, when you receive a 2FA security code via text, it will be automatically filled in the code field of the corresponding app or website, streamlining the process and removing any slowdown. It is highly recommended to enable 2FA whenever it is offered by an app or website to enhance your account security.
2.) Filter unknown calls and messages: A useful feature to combat robocalls and spam texts is the “Silence Unknown Callers” option. While Google’s Call Screening feature allows users to screen calls after they ring, the iPhone’s feature takes a different approach. When enabled, “Silence Unknown Callers” prevents the phone from ringing altogether.
Incoming calls from numbers not in your contacts, recent outgoing calls, or Siri Suggestions are immediately sent to voicemail, where callers can leave a message. You’ll only receive a voicemail notification, if recorded, and the call will be visible in your recents and as a notification.
Likewise, for messages from unknown senders, you can choose to have them silenced and sorted into a separate list in your inbox for further review. To activate these features, navigate to Settings > Phone > Silence Unknown Callers to filter calls, or Settings > Messages > Filter Unknown Senders for message filtering. These settings provide a convenient way to manage unwanted calls and messages while ensuring important contacts can still reach you.
3.) FaceID: Introduced in 2017, Face ID serves as the biometric authentication system for the iPhone 11. This advanced technology utilizes the TrueDepth camera system housed within the notch of the device. In the iPhone 11, the TrueDepth camera system has been enhanced with improved hardware, enabling faster and more efficient facial recognition from a wider range of angles compared to previous iPhone models.
The applications of Face ID extend throughout iOS, providing secure access to various features and functionalities. It allows users to unlock their iPhone, authorize access to third-party apps protected by passcodes, confirm purchases on iTunes and the App Store, and authenticate Apple Pay transactions.
Face ID operates through a collection of sensors and cameras integrated into the front of the iPhone 11, collectively known as the TrueDepth Camera system. To generate a facial scan, the Dot Projector projects over 30,000 invisible infrared dots onto the user’s face, which are then captured by an infrared camera.
The captured data is transformed into a depth map of the face, which is processed by the powerful A13 Bionic chip. Using a sophisticated mathematical model, the iPhone 11 verifies the user’s identity, ensuring that only authorized individuals can access the device.
We offer multiple insurance packages for the iPhone 11 – with loss and theft as optional extras