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water. I think that I am probably part
of the *65% of people who would rather go without TV than their iPhone! But, it definitely happens. With it being summer, and everyone at the
beach, lake and pool most days, it is inevitable that at some point you may
just get your phone wet.
to work again – this doesn’t help anything!
grab it. The longer it stays submerged
the more likely it will be irrevocably damaged.
Then take the battery out. If you
have an iPhone 6s like I do, it doesn’t have a removable battery – power off
the phone immediately!
accessories. The cases, covers, memory
cards and especially the SIM card should all come off and out. Dry your phone and SIM card as best you can
with a dry soft cloth. Your SIM card may
still hold the data even if your waterlogged phone is damaged.
out of the cracks and crevices, and to generally do a better job than a towel
you put your wet phone in a bag of dry rice that will work wonders for
absorbing water. You can also save all
of those little silica gel packets that come with shoes, electronics and other
products. Pour the contents of the
packets into a tightly sealed container, and then if you have a wet cell phone,
stick it in the container.
at some point, and being prepared is always the best option. There are products like Bheestie Bag and Dry-All
that are specifically designed to dry
out wet mobile devices. These products
can often prevent lingering moisture that can do further damage to your phone.
your phone in the water? What tips would