Just sharing with you chaps some information on Apple iPhone liquid damage issues. The rule of the thumb is that you need to seek expert help on repairing liquid damage iPhone and do not use thos jokers who charge $45, $50 or even $85 to "inspect" your damage phone. The longer you wait, the worse it is going to be for your liquid damage iPhone (corrosion, checmical reactions and structure decomposition) For more info, please contact Dr Mobiles Limited, we do not charge you for inspection and able to help you to file for insurance claims!
It’s happened to you before. You’ve accidentally gotten your iPhone wet, whether in a pool, the ocean, washing machine, or dropping it in the toilet, the end result is always the same. Water + iPhone = :’( But never fear! The internet can provide you with a multitude of solutions!
We all know this, right? I mean, you’ve probably been taught since the internet became public that it was easy for people to put whatever they wanted to out there, since it’s a free-for-all type of thing (and for those of you younger than me who can’t remember or weren’t yet born when Email was brand new, I feel really old about now. I mean, I was young, but I remember.) Just remember your grade school teachers telling you that citing things from the internet was a bad idea because people can lie with no check and balances to catch them. Unless it’s a comment board. And then all of them lie. Fun little game we’re playing, right? The internet lies. And don’t ship it to a repairs place in a ziplock baggie. That will actually seal the moisture in with the phone and can cause further damage. Breathable bubble wrap is always best. Although they do ask that you send them your phone in some rice. The guys do get hungry from time to time.
Anyway, I decided to ask the wonderful techs at Repair Labs to tell me which of the water-damage tips I gleaned today were myths or not. Some are obvious; others are supposedly tried and true, but don’t actually work. Without further ado, the Top 10 iPhone Water Damage Myths:
The guys do recommend that if you feel confident, taking your battery out is key. But don’t try to take it apart more than that.
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> No inspection fee at all!
The internet lies.
And don’t ship it to a repairs place in a ziplock baggie. That will actually seal the moisture in with the phone and can cause further damage. Breathable bubble wrap is always best.
Although they do ask that you send them your phone in some rice. The guys do get hungry from time to time.This post is sponsored by: Dr Mobiles Limited