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I went in the pool with my phone in my pocket. Should I be worried?

Yesterday I accidentally walked into a pool about 1.5m deep with my phone in my pocket. It took me about 2 minutes to even realised what I had done. When I took it out I immediately turned off the device, rinsed it in fresh water, then dried it with a cloth. I used a hair dryer on the lowest speed from a distance to get warm air to flow around it so it could dry off. Then I left it in the sun to dry for about an hour. I left it in front of a fan last night with the port facing it so the speakers and port would get air to dry out.

This morning I turned on the device and everything was working perfectly including camera, speaker, microphone, faceid and display. Even though I know the phone is IP68 and I’m probably worrying for no reason is there anything I should do or should I stop worrying and use my phone as normal. I check the LCI in the SIM slot and it was still white meaning no water at least got into the sim slot.

Thanks for you help.

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If the LCI isn’t triggered and your phone is working normally then I’d say you shouldn’t worry, but just to be safe you could always bring your phone to your local repair shop so they can open it up and make sure there’s no damage further into the phone than you can see, or, if you’re feeling adventurous you could try it yourself

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If you’re not having issues I wouldn’t worry, you seemed to have dealt with this very well but there are a few more things I might check for the future.

1) check if you still have Apple Care

2) Take it to the Genius Bar at your local Apple Store and ask if they can check it out (they’ll usually check it out for you pro bono)

3) If they find any damage check if it would be cheaper to buy out your contract rather than repairing or replacing it (sometimes this is the case!)

4) Maybe purchase something like an OtterBox that seals your phone from moisture (for the most part) b/c personally I’d rather spend some money on a case rn then a new phone in the future if this happens again

But again if nothing is evidently broken I wouldn’t worry :)

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Christian さん、ありがとうございました!
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