Iphone fell in water what to do
If your iPhone has come into contact with any liquid, unplug all of the cables from it and postpone charging it until it is completely dry.
Using accessories or charging your iPhone while it’s wet could cause damage.
Before using a Lightning cable to charge or connect a Lightning accessory, give yourself at least 5 hours.
Wipe down your iPhone with a soft, lint-free cloth, such as a lens cloth, to prepare it for wireless charging.
Before placing your iPhone on a wireless charging mat that is compatible, make sure it is dry. Below are some of the ways to fix the issue.
1. Turn it off right away
Even though we already mentioned it, it bears repeating. As soon as you take your iPhone out of the water, turn it off.
Slide to turn off the power after pressing and holding the Side and Volume Up buttons simultaneously. Don’t turn it back on after you’ve turned it off.
2. Remove your iPhone from its cover
If your iPhone was in a case when you dropped it, water may have become trapped.
Take off your iPhone‘s case and any additional accessories, including your screen protector.
Wipe your iPhone down with a lint-free cloth to dry it off. The liquid on the outside of your device should be absorbed without leaving fibres of material behind.
If you don’t have access to lint-free cloth, a t-shirt will usually work.
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3. Take out the SIM card
You must first confirm that the phone is off before checking to see if the water would harm the SIM card.
The SIM card should be removed as the best approach.
To remove the SIM tray, use a paperclip or the genuine SIM card removal clip that must have been included with your phone.
Additionally, don’t put the tray back in the slot just yet; leave it open.
4. Dry iPhone with rice
“Put your iPhone in some uncooked rice to dry it out if you drop it in water.” This counsel has been given to us all before, but it is untrue.
The reasoning is simple: since rice absorbs water, it should pull water from your iPhone and absorb it as well.
In fact, the suggestion to use rice to protect film stock from damp settings was made long before the creation of the iPhone.
Your device will dry less quickly with rice than it will by simply being left in a well-ventilated, open area.
Additionally, there’s a chance that grains will get stuck in your iPhone‘s ports. Believe me, it can break your iPhone and it does happen. Wipe your iPhone down with a lint-free cloth to dry it off.
The liquid on the outside of your device should be absorbed without leaving fibres of material behind. If you don’t have access to a lint-free cloth, a t-shirt will usually work.
Is my iPhone water-resistant?
If you have bought a new iPhone, there is a strong possibility that it is water-resistant, meaning it should be able to withstand the occasional spilt beverage and brief dips in the pool.
An Ingress Protection rating, or IP Rating, is a certification that can be applied to smartphones and other electronic devices.
This immediately informs you of the product’s water resistance, so you won’t panic if it accidentally falls into the toilet after slipping out of your back pocket (it happens!).
There are other IP ratings, but IP67 and IP68 are the two that most commonly apply to iPhones.
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