If your iPhone fell into the water and you're wondering what to do, here are the steps you should take to recover from potential damage. Water and technology aren't usually happy bedfellows, so seeing your precious iPhone suddenly plummet into the sink, bathtub, or any other body or water can be a heartbreaking moment. It can take weeks or months, but eventually, internal corrosion will cause the water-damaged iPhone to break. You can tell if your screen has been damaged by water if there are dark lines or spots under the glass.
If your iPhone doesn't turn on after it comes in contact with water, it can be one of two things: the iPhone has shorted out, or water has damaged or corroded some internal components and compromised the circuits. Visit us today to repair iPhone water damage, or call (520) 347-8603 if you want to make an appointment. If a liquid damages an iPhone or iPod (for example, coffee or soda), service for damage caused by the liquid is not covered by Apple's One-Year Limited Warranty, but you may have rights under consumer law. However, there is no guarantee that the circuits under the water-damaged iPhone screen will not corrode over time and the screen will stop working.