And that was an iPhone doing a flying forward with one-and-a-half somersaults and a pike. Surprisingly, the crowd doesn’t seem impressed. In fact, they look mournful.
All might not be lost; it’s encouraging to know that if there’s a wrong way to look after your cell phone, there’s also a right way to rescue it.
Here’s a good article on what to do when your cell phone drowns.
Some interesting things to consider: always take the battery out; save the ‘sugar packs’ that come with electronic devices (silica gel); if your phone was in the ocean, you might want to rinse it off in fresh water; don’t turn it on to see if it’s working yet (give it a couple days).
If your phone took a trip through the washing machine, you might need more than some silica gel to save it.