I didn't realize this, but apparently people inadvertently getting their iPhones wet has been a bit of a problem. I'm not talking about the usual story of dropping them into a toilet or whatever, but rather people taking their phones the
Previously, Apple wasn't too understanding about such a predicament. You'd have to shell out for a new phone and a new contract--a double whammy.
However, starting this week, that semi-draconian policy has changed, according to our sister publication, PC World. If you've got a waterlogged-due-to-moisture iPhone, bring it into to your local Apple Store, belly up to the genius bar, and
My advice? Just keep it out of moisture range.
This story, "Apple Revises 'wet IPhone' Policy" was originally published by Macworld.