In case you wanted to protect your “investment” in Sprint’s iPhone 4 (or iPhone 4S), you won’t be able to do that through the carrier’s Total Equipment Protection plan. Apple’s handsets will be treated as exchange-only models and in order to get some piece of mind, you’ll have to go for AppleCare+. The additional $99 may sound a lot at the time when you’re already pouring out some cash to get the new iPhone, but then again – if (God forbid) you accidentally drop your shiny handset, you’ll want to know something can be done about it. Don’t know about you, but that 100 bucks translate into good sleep in my book. What do you say?