Apple: “Don’t put your iPhone in a bag full of rice”

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Technology giant Apple on a support page, “Don’t put your iPhone in a bag full of rice” warning made.

“If you see a liquid detection warning on your iPhone” on the page Apple wrote: “When connecting a Lightning or USB-C cable or accessory to your iPhone XS, iPhone Your iPhone can alert you if there’s liquid. If you see one of these alerts, your iPhone has detected liquid in the Lightning or USB-C connector, or in the cable or accessory. To protect your iPhone and the accessory, charging and accessory connections cannot be made until the connector, cable ends, and accessory are dry.” In addition to this, Apple “If your iPhone or accessory is wet” opened its title and there specifically brass detail attracted attention: “Unplug the cable from your iPhone and the other end from the power adapter or accessory. Do not reconnect the cable until your iPhone and the cable are completely dry. Let your iPhone dry provide:


  1. Gently tap your iPhone with your hand, with the connector facing down, to remove excess liquid. Leave your iPhone in a dry, drafty place.

  2. Wait at least 30 minutes, then try charging with a Lightning or USB-C cable or connecting an accessory.

  3. If you see the warning again, there is still fluid in the connector or under the pins on your cable. Keep your iPhone in a dry, drafty place for about a day. During this time, you can try charging or connecting an accessory again. It may take up to 24 hours for the device to dry completely.

  4. If your phone is dry but still not charging, unplug the cable from the adapter and unplug the adapter from the wall (if possible) and reconnect it.

A few things you shouldn’t do:

  • -Do not dry your iPhone using an external heat source or compressed air.

  • -Do not insert foreign objects such as cotton swabs or paper towels into the connection area.

  • -Do not put your iPhone in a bag full of rice. Otherwise, small rice particles may damage your iPhone.