A new policy by Apple allows replacing a liquid-damaged iPhone for $199. This policy also applies to out-of-warranty iPhones that would normally require the purchase of a new iPhone.
The iPhone is equipped with four liquid submersion indicators: one in the headset jack, one in the dock connector, and two on interior surfaces. The indicators have been used by Genius Bar staff to help determine if an ownerâ€™s iPhone problem was caused by liquids, which are not covered by Appleâ€™s warranty.
According to iPhone Alley, Apple is also repairing broken iPhone screens for $199.
I would assume that these policies would be applied world wide. Will Mobily in Saudi Arabia apply the same policy even after the warranty period?