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iPhone CPR: What to Do When Your Handset Goes Swimming

November 9, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

The iPhone 4S is a fragile beauty, and like most phones, it doesn’t work so well after being dunked in the ocean. However, even if your iPhone is accidentally taken for a short dip, it may still be salvageable after a good cleaning. The important thing is to power it off ASAP and, if at all possible, remove the battery. That last task is more easily said than done, of course.

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