オリジナル投稿者： Skyejobs ,
If you do go ahead and attempt to clean the phone yourself, be sure to remove ALL of the metal shields on the logic board. Many people overlook these when cleaning up liquid damage. There are three or four of them I think. They are soldered to the board, but they can be pried up with a small flathead or tweezers, so long as extreme caution is taken to not damage components underneath the shield. And as previously posted, some companies offer iDevice data recoveries (Drivesavers comes to mind) where they actually extract the memory chip and access the raw data in another device. Fair warning, this can be quite costly. Best of luck!