Immediate things to do when your iphone encounters water damage

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Have you looked at the manuals provided with the iPhone ever? You will find that it objects using the costly hand held device in a place near water. But majority of us are too careless about handling our electronic devices. This makes us rush to mobile repairs Sydney, Zurich, etc. much earlier than we expect! Know what you should do that before the service provider offering iPhone repair and IPhone screen repairs Sydney, Boston, or your local area informs that your iPhone has been water damaged.

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Immediate things to do when your iPhone encounters water damage

Did your costly iPhone drop in the bathtub and stopped functioning since then? There are high chances that your cellphone had been water damaged! Be prepared for a heavy bill amount when you take it to the repairing center to get it repaired. Have you looked at the manuals provided with the iPhone ever? You will find that it objects using the costly hand held device in a place near water. But majority of us are too careless about handling our electronic devices. This makes us rush to mobile repairs Sydney, Zurich, etc. much earlier than we expect! Know what you should do that before the service provider offering iPhone repair and IPhone screen repairs Sydney, Boston, or your local area informs that your iPhone has been water damaged. Here is your guideline! Dry the partsIf you allow water to get deposited inside the handset, it may corrode parts and permanently damage the phones delicate components. So, remove the battery from the mobile phone, wipe both the sides of each of the components with a soft cloth and dry them. Do not expose the components to direct sunlight while drying them. Likewise, exposing any of its components, especially the battery to heat source and open flame while drying the iPhone can invite lethal accidents! So, it is always best to turn on the ceiling of your room and place the components under it while drying. Try to switch on When all the parts have dried up completely, reassemble the iPhone. Now you should try to switch it on. In cases of mere contact with water, your iPhone will get switched on readily. This will indicate that the handset has not encountered any water damage. Unfortunately, if it does not switch on then there are high chances that the battery pack of your iPhone has undergone water damage! Check for the damageAt this stage, you need to be certain that the iPhone has really encountered water damage. The easiest way to inspect this is to check the moisture indicating sticker on the battery pack of the iPhone. If it has turned pink or crimson from its original white color then your iPhone needs an immediate servicing! Affirm your findingYou need to confirm the finding that the battery of the iPhone has really experienced water damage before you ultimately take it to a service provider offering mobile repairs Sydney, Quebec, or your local area. If possible, get hold of another iPhone similar to that of your iPhone model. Open it and take the battery to fit it inside your handset. Now switch it on. If your iPhone gets switched on again, your battery is damaged! Contact us:Shop 39, Tower Square155 Miller stNorth Sydney NSW2060Call us on: (02) 9922 7878For more details visit us on: www.mobilephonerescue.com.au