1. Turn it Off
Other than letting the iPhone or iPad dry in a warm and dry place you should take further measures to ensure that all the water both inside and outside dry up before attempting to put the phone or iPad on. One of the best ways to remove moisture from the iPhone or iPad is the use of silica gel packets. You can get these silica gel packets from the boxes you used to buy electronics or alternatively you can check your local stores if they are available. Place a few silica gel packets on a flat surface, place your iPhone or iPad on top and then cover your iPhone or iPad with some more packets. This will help absorb more moisture leaving your iPhone or iPad dry.
Once you have used several drying methods such as the drying in a warm place, silica packages, dry rice, and the hairdryer, try to turn on your iPhone or iPad. If it does not turn on, then you should consider taking the phone apart. Use the manual to dismantle the iPhone or iPad and be careful in doing so that you don’t damage anything. Once you remove the casing and larger parts such as the battery you should dry the iPhone or iPad again to ensure that all the moisture on the inside dries up. You can then assemble it and try switching it on again.
“This step should be performed by an expert like PC Expert Services. We highly recommend not to take your iPhone or iPad apart if you do not know how. Please submit the drop off form at PC Expert Services and bring in your iPhone and iPad for further repair.”
If after trying all the tips above your phone or iPad still has a few issues then the only logical thing to do is to take it to PC Expert Services. This is the safest way to get the problem resolved.
“Please bring in your iPhone or iPad to PC Expert Services. We highly recommend not to take your iPhone or iPad apart if you do not know how. Please submit the drop off form at PC Expert Services and bring in your iPhone and iPad for further professional repair for your iPhone or iPad.”