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Wet iPhone? Scientists Say Rice is a No-Go

Wet iPhone? Scientists Say Rice is a No-Go

Wet iPhone? Scientists Say Rice is a No-Go

Wet iPhone? Scientists Say Rice is a No-Go

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  • Skip rice for wet iPhones, warns Auto Tech.
  • Rice damages iPhone, scientists caution.
  • Lay wet iPhone flat, move to dry place for recovery.
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American Automobile Technology company has issued a regulatory warning against the age-old practice of placing a waterlogged iPhone in a bag of rice for drying. Contrary to popular belief, scientists have discovered that this method may actually be detrimental to the device.

The company emphatically emphasizes that rice grains can cause damage to the intricate components of the iPhone, potentially leading to long-term issues. Instead, experts now recommend a more effective and safer method for drying wet iPhones.

When faced with the unfortunate circumstance of a waterlogged iPhone, the first step advised is to lay the device down on a flat surface with the connector facing downward. This strategic position encourages water to drain away from the internal components. After allowing the iPhone to rest in this position for around 30 minutes, it is suggested to move it to a dry environment to expedite the evaporation process.

The updated recommendations prioritize a careful approach to avoid potential harm to the device. Once the initial drying phase is complete, users can confidently attempt to charge their iPhones, knowing that the risk of damage from residual moisture has been minimized. This endorsed method ensures a safer and more effective recovery process for water-damaged iPhones.

As technology evolves, so too should our approach to troubleshooting common issues, such as water damage. iPhone users are urged to be aware of these updated recommendations to safeguard their devices and embrace more advanced methods in the face of unforeseen challenges.

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