Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
You may still have water in tight places due to water surface tension (such as touch screen). Open all the access doors, take out the SIM card, and anything else that is removable and put all parts in a ziplock bag. Get some dessicant bags (from old shoe boxes), cardboard pieces, saltine crackers and put them in the ziplock bag also and put on top of your microwave oven or in the window where it gets direct sunlight. Leave it there until moisture gets on the bag then disappears (3-5days) These items will help draw out all the moisture better than air drying. I have done this many times on cell phones, gameboys, etc. and it works everytime.
Posted on May 15, 2009
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