The answer is yes. 90% of the time we are able to fix iPhone water damage, restoring them back to original state, with all data still instact.
You may think to yourself, “Really? I don’t believe it. I thought that if electronics get wet, they’re done for.”
In some cases yes, this is true. In a lot of cases, it is not so true. Here’s what happens:
You pull your iPhone out of your pocket and when you pull it out, it slips out of your hand, landing in a toilet, puddle, port-o-potty, something that’s wet.
You take it, blow dry it, pray it is gonna work, and voila after a couple days of drying, it’s working, somewhat, but a lot of features are acting all weird. As days go on, it kinda still works and then starts to die on you. You’ve become another victim of iPhone water damage.
Where water and electronics meet, there will be corrosion. The corrosion starts to build up components like the logic board, dock connector, home button, camera, battery, etc. When this corrosion takes over, the iPhone water damage slowly progresses until the corrosion is so bad, there is no hope. But wait…at last there is!
With our proven process, time and time again, we can remove all the corrosion, and leave it running like new(90% of the time). That’s a pretty good percentage seeing as how the nearly all of the 10% of failures are when capacitors and resistors actually short out on the board itself. This is generally caused when the user tries to turn it on when it’s still wet, charge when wet, or the onset of corrosion is so extreme and power to the iPhone causes a short somewhere.
Okay…well now you may be wondering, “well what am I supposed to do then if I get it wet?”
- Place the entire iPhone in a bag of unsealed DRY rice. Why rice? Rice acts like a sponge and helps soak up any kind of liquid that may be on the inside of the iPhone.
- Let it sit in the bag a few days.
- Get our iPhone Water Damage repair for your specific generation./li>
- Ship us your phone with the included shipping label. Easy!
The sooner we get it, the better chance you have of having a fully restored iPhone with NO corrosion. Our process takes 24-72 hours depending on the severity.
If you have any questions or want more information, let us know!
Hope you all have a great weekend!
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