Water and iPhone are a problem that many people have. For example, if you decided to take a walk and the drops got inside the phone … They just dropped it into the water … Spilled coffee … In most cases, this is not a problem. our favorite company Apple makes smartphones well. Unfortunately, most of them are not sealed. You will ask why?? It's all about how the device was assembled: are they all done the same way ?? No matter how it is. Many of them “die” from the raindrops, while others are drowning in tea and ready to go back to work. This article will be backed up by tips for rehabilitating a drowned gadget and proof of its hydrophilicity. So. What if iPhone falls into the water ?? 1) You need to react quickly and immediately get the phone out of the water. 2) Remove covers, bumpers, flip cases, etc. and protective films if there are water bubbles under them. 3) Dry thoroughly and saturate with a towel or napkin. 4) Search for rice. Yes, this is not a fake and rice will really be needed. Rice absorbs moisture very well, even when a small handful is just next to it. Therefore, the following steps: 1) Find a bag and pour rice without impurities there (some manufacturers add a special powder so that the rice does not absorb moisture and does not stick together)
2) Put your iPhone in a bag. And wait. The waiting time is a day, after which you need to change the rice to a new one and put the phone back for the same amount of time.
After 2 days in rice, you need to remove the si-tray from the phone. And put the air into the phone (preferably with a hairdryer with cold air). After drying the device, check the condition of the moisture sensors. On contact with water, they turn red. To get a better look at them, you can use a flashlight or illuminated magnifier. In the picture below you can find out in what places on different models iPhone and iPod are these moisture sensors.
After the gadget is in the water, the consequences can be different. The speaker or microphone may not work. Or maybe it will close the motherboard. But, the most important thing is for you to decide whether to carry the phone to the service or to do first aid yourself. There are also a couple of escape routes: if you have not run out of Apple Care +, or you have your phone insured. And finally. A video that proves once again that Apple devices can survive underwater in most cases. In this video, a brand new iPhone 5 was tested.