Apple released the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus for sale and while these models are dust-proof and water-resistant, the water-resistance does have some limits. These iPhones will survive a dunking that’s less than 30 minutes long and less than a meter deep. All earlier iPhones don’t have these magical properties, so if you’re on holiday and walk into the pool with your iPhone 6 in your shorts pocket, you’ll be looking for an iPhone repair shop instead of lounging with a cocktail. Before you panic, though, here are a few at-home fixes you can always try to rescue a wet iPhone.
Power it down, now!
Do not do anything with your iPhone other than turn it off, remove the SIM card and dry the phone with a clean towel. Shake it (gently) to dislodge any water from the ports, then grab a big bowl and some rice.
The rice fix
Dry, uncooked rice can absorb a lot of water, so get a bowl and some uncooked white rice. Fill the bowl halfway, place your iPhone sale on top of this layer and then completely submerge it with yet more rice. Then, you need to (try to) forget about it for 24 hours.
After 24 hours, take the iPhone out of the rice, put the SIM back in and try to power it back up. It may simply act as if nothing ever happened, in which case – result! If it doesn’t power up, don’t give up; refresh the rice and try again for another 24 hours. If it’s still unresponsive after 72 hours, then you may have to face the truth…
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